Dec 02

Loudoun County Releases Public Survey for Feedback on Route 9 Corridor Study

Posted on December 2, 2021 at 12:26 PM by Nancy McCormick

Following the Route 9 Safety and Operational Study public meeting on September 22, 2021, Loudoun County released a survey to gather public feedback on the Route 9 corridor. Answers to these questions will help Loudoun County understand the public’s preferences for long term (year 2040) improvement alternatives for Route 9, and will provide valuable input regarding corridor-wide issues such as shared use paths and paved shoulders. As a reminder, the survey closes on October 14, 2021.

Route 9 Safety and Operational Study Survey

For background on the study, members of the public can view the recording and presentation from the public meeting. 

Loudoun County is conducting the Route 9 Safety and Operational Study to identify safety and traffic operational issues and present recommended solutions for consideration by the Board of Supervisors. The county is working with the public to ensure any proposed improvements along Route 9 will continue to carry local and commuter traffic safely and efficiently while preserving the context of the roadway. g

For more information about the Route 9 Safety and Operational Study, including a link to sign up for updates about the study and upcoming public meeting, visit loudoun.gov/route9.

Sep 13

Loudoun to Hold Virtual Public Meeting on Route 9 Safety and Operational Study September 22

Posted on September 13, 2021 at 1:24 PM by Heidi Kellum

Loudoun County is hosting an online meeting to gain input from the public on the Route 9 Safety and Operational Study. The public information meeting will be held on Wednesday, September 22, 2021, from 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. Members of the public are invited to attend the virtual meeting to learn about the county’s corridor study and to ask questions about this stretch of road, which includes 13 miles along Route 9 from the West Virginia border to Route 7.

Login information and meeting materials are available for review at loudoun.gov/route9 and loudoun.gov/remoteparticipation. Meeting materials will include speaker sign-up and comment forms. Members of the public must sign up in advance to speak during the event by 12:00 p.m., Tuesday, September 21, 2021. Online participants may also send questions to the project team as chat messages, which will be answered during the meeting as time allows.

Loudoun County is conducting the Route 9 Safety and Operational Study to identify safety and traffic operational issues and present recommended solutions for consideration by the Board of Supervisors. The county is working with the public to ensure any proposed improvements along Route 9 will continue to carry local and commuter traffic safely and efficiently while preserving the context of the roadway. 

For more information about the Route 9 Safety and Operational Study, including a link to sign up for updates about the study and upcoming public meeting, visit loudoun.gov/route9.

Jul 23

Survey and Mapping Exercise Available on Route 9 Corridor

Posted on July 23, 2020 at 10:45 AM by Shawn Zelman

As part of the recent virtual public input meeting, please take a brief online survey to provide us with additional information about the safety and operational issues on the corridor.  When you access the survey, it will walk you through a series of questions regarding your travel experiences and your opinions about Route 9. 

One element of the survey involves providing important feedback to describe your travel experiences at different locations along the corridor. In this section of the survey, you’ll be given access to maps along the corridor. These maps can be marked with your thoughts regarding your experience.  There is also an option to bypass this exercise if you’d prefer to only answer the specific questions.

The survey will be open for responses through Friday, July 31, 2020.  Your input is important to the success of the Route 9 Corridor Safety & Operational Study.  For more information on the Route 9 Safety and Operational Study, visit the loudoun.gov/route9.