Coming Soon: Route 626 (Leeland Road) Pedestrian and Bicycle Upgrades

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The proposed project will build upon an existing shared use path along Route 626 (Leeland Road) by extending it to Route 607 (Deacon Road) to the VRE Station 0.12 Miles east of Route 624 (Primmer House Road) in Stafford County.   

Currently, the  asphalt multi-use path is 4- 5 feet wide and begins on the westbound side of Leeland Road near Walnut Drive to Primmer House Road. 

 The new bicycle and pedestrian path will be 10-feet wide and extended to Route 607 (Deacon Road) to the VRE Station.

 The new path’s length more than doubles its existing condition.The total length of the proposed path is 1.133 miles. 

The project will also install crosswalk equipment and markings at the Leeland Road and Walnut Drive intersection. 

The Leeland Road bicycle and pedestrian upgrade project will be funded using the Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP).

Design Public Hearing

Thursday, Oct. 3, 2019

5-7 p.m. 

86 Deacon Rd., Fredericksburg, VA 22405


Meeting Brochure

Comment Sheet 

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The proposed project widens and lengthens an existing multi-use path. The project will also install crosswalk equipment to help those pedestrians and bicyclists cross from the Falmouth Village neighborhood to Leeland Station.  


Major funding source: HSIP

Phase: Coming Soon

UPC: 109477

State ID: 0626-089-726

Lat/Long: 38.334701,-77.436160

Locality: Stafford

Page last modified: July 28, 2020