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Reston Metrorail Access Group (RMAG) Status Report Board of Supervisors Transportation Committee September 20, 2011.

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1 Reston Metrorail Access Group (RMAG) Status Report Board of Supervisors Transportation Committee September 20, 2011

2 Purpose Purpose Consider the current status and future access needs in the vicinity of the two stations Consider the current status and future access needs in the vicinity of the two stations Provide pedestrian and bicycle access, and effective bus feeder service, and Provide pedestrian and bicycle access, and effective bus feeder service, and Manage vehicular traffic projected in the area of the stations Manage vehicular traffic projected in the area of the stations Study Area Study Area Reston-Wiehle Avenue and Reston Town Center station areas Reston-Wiehle Avenue and Reston Town Center station areas Design Periods Design Periods Wiehle Ave Station – 2013 Wiehle Ave Station – 2013 Reston Town Center Station – 2017 Reston Town Center Station – 2017 Other conditions Other conditions RMAG Status Report

3 Public input was developed through the RMAG monthly meetings Public input was developed through the RMAG monthly meetings Four public meetings: Four public meetings: Initiation of the study Initiation of the study Existing conditions Existing conditions Preliminary findings Preliminary findings Final recommendations Final recommendations Priority at station areas was given to: Priority at station areas was given to: Pedestrians Pedestrians Bicyclists Bicyclists Transit Users (buses) Transit Users (buses) Private Vehicles (drivers and carpools) Private Vehicles (drivers and carpools) RMAG Status Report

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5 Northside bus routing Southside bus routing

6 Proposed Street Grid at Wiehle Avenue Station RMAG Status Report

7 Project Prioritization Project Prioritization Based on Metrorail Opening Date Based on Metrorail Opening Date Reston-Wiehle Ave – December 2013 Reston-Wiehle Ave – December 2013 Reston Town Center – early 2017 Reston Town Center – early 2017 Projects required by the Record of Decision Projects required by the Record of Decision Project required by Comstock development Project required by Comstock development Linkage between projects Linkage between projects Availability of funds Availability of funds Longer term needs Longer term needs

8 RMAG Status Report Project Prioritization Matrix

9 Board Approved Funded Projects Board Approved Funded Projects Sunrise Valley Drive, add curb-abutted sidewalk on south side from Soapstone Drive to South Lakes Drive - - 5,000 feet Sunrise Valley Drive, add curb-abutted sidewalk on south side from Soapstone Drive to South Lakes Drive - - 5,000 feet Sunrise Valley Drive, upgrade asphalt sidewalk on north side from Soapstone Drive to South Lakes Drive - - 4,500 feet Sunrise Valley Drive, upgrade asphalt sidewalk on north side from Soapstone Drive to South Lakes Drive - - 4,500 feet Wiehle Ave, upgrade to curb abutted sidewalk on west side from Sunrise Valley Drive to Station entrance feet Wiehle Ave, upgrade to curb abutted sidewalk on west side from Sunrise Valley Drive to Station entrance feet Wiehle Ave and Isaac Newton Square South, add signalized crosswalks and median Wiehle Ave and Isaac Newton Square South, add signalized crosswalks and median Isaac Newton Square West and WO&D Trail, upgrade and add asphalt sidewalk on west side to Sunset Hills Road Isaac Newton Square West and WO&D Trail, upgrade and add asphalt sidewalk on west side to Sunset Hills Road Wiehle Avenue, add sidewalk along east side from Chestnut Grove Square to North Shore Drive (south) - - in design Wiehle Avenue, add sidewalk along east side from Chestnut Grove Square to North Shore Drive (south) - - in design RMAG Status Report

10 Improvements Required by Record of Decision Improvements Required by Record of Decision Additional left turn lane from Wiehle Ave northbound at station entry Additional left turn lane from Wiehle Ave northbound at station entry Additional left turn lane from DTR eastbound ramp at Wiehle Ave and the addition of interim bus bays Additional left turn lane from DTR eastbound ramp at Wiehle Ave and the addition of interim bus bays Widen Sunset Hills Rd from Wiehle Ave to Isaac Newton Sq and install left turn lane from Sunset Hills Rd westbound to Isaac Newton Sq (south) Widen Sunset Hills Rd from Wiehle Ave to Isaac Newton Sq and install left turn lane from Sunset Hills Rd westbound to Isaac Newton Sq (south) New entry from Isaac Newton Sq (south) into station area New entry from Isaac Newton Sq (south) into station area Intersection and pedestrian improvements at Wiehle Ave and Sunset Hills Road Intersection and pedestrian improvements at Wiehle Ave and Sunset Hills Road Improvements to right turn lane from Sunrise Valley Dr (westbound) to Wiehle Ave (northbound) Improvements to right turn lane from Sunrise Valley Dr (westbound) to Wiehle Ave (northbound)

11 RMAG Status Report Project Funding for RMAG Recommendations Project Funding for RMAG Recommendations Total RMAG funding requirement is approximately $111 million Total RMAG funding requirement is approximately $111 million Roadway improvements:$74 million Roadway improvements:$74 million Pedestrian/bike improvements:$29 million Pedestrian/bike improvements:$29 million Transit improvements:$ 8 million Transit improvements:$ 8 million Currently $4 million in Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) fund for the previously mentioned projects Currently $4 million in Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) fund for the previously mentioned projects $21 million in Regional Surface Transportation Program (RSTP) funds are programmed through FY 2017 for additional RMAG projects $21 million in Regional Surface Transportation Program (RSTP) funds are programmed through FY 2017 for additional RMAG projects Future redevelopment in the Reston area may generate developer contributions toward the RMAG projects Future redevelopment in the Reston area may generate developer contributions toward the RMAG projects Additional federal, state, regional and local funding opportunities will be explored as they become available Additional federal, state, regional and local funding opportunities will be explored as they become available


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