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I-81 Corridor Improvement Plan

Staunton District: MM 175 to MM 195 OCTOBER PUBLIC MEETINGS BOARD 1 OF 8

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LEGEND: Contributing Factors and Public Feedback

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Targeted Issues Public Issues Identified Contributing Factors 11 60
By direction (as presented at

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Performance
the June Measures
public meetings) Safety Traffic Volume
Crash Frequency

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Congestion EXIT

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Crash Severity
Grade EXIT 188

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Person-Hours of Delay
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Incident/Crash Lane Closure > 1 Hour

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Curve

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Ramp Spacing

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Performance Measures

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the top 20% Incorporated
of all mile-long City/Town
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City Boundary

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Area

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ridor across Virginia are highlighted.
requency [GREEN] Miles
egments with a higher than averageAND
number of crashes over 0 ¼ ½ 1
GEORGE WASHINGTON JEFFERSON NATIONAL FOREST
five years when compared to other segments in the I-81

severity [RED]
egments with a higher than average number of fatal and severe
MM 175 TO MM 194
ashes over the last five years when compared to other
ts in the I-81 corridor POTENTIAL SOLUTIONS
ROCKBRIDGE COUNTY
BOTETOURT COUNTY

-hours of delay [BLUE] Congestion Safety Accessibility Benefit/Cost Recommended


Location # Potential Solutions Score Score Score Score for Funding
egments that operate below the posted speed limit for a portion
ay (Delay is caused by the impacts of congestion, incidents, NORTHBOUND
ather events.) MM Curve Improvements (Continued
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MM 176-172 1 0.0 5.2 0.0 319.0
172 - 176 from Botetourt County)
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egments with the highest number of incidents/crashes that lead
st one lane of the interstate being closed for an hour or more EXIT 188 2B Extend deceleration lane 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

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EXIT 188 2A Extend acceleration lane 0.0 0.3 0.0 1.6 EXIT
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3 Widen to three lanes 7.3 10.0 0.2 1.2

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SOUTHBOUND
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5 MM 200-194
MM Curve improvements (Continues in
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176 - 172 Botetourt County)
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MM Widen to three lanes (Continued
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5 9.4 17.5 0.7 2.3


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from Board 2)
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STATE PARK
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LEGEND: Improvements Potential Solutions
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Recommended
Infrastructure for Funding

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Extend Not Recommended
+1
Widen by
One Lane Acceleration/
Curve
Improvement
for Funding 11 60
Deceleration Lane

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Funded Projects
Add Truck Add Auxiliary Shoulder
Climbing Lane Lane Widening Recently Constructed
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or Under Construction EXIT
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Funded Project
EXIT 188

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Operations
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I-81 Mainline Other Routes

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EXISTING PROPOSED EXISTING PROPOSED
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Changeable Changeable Changeable Changeable

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Message Signs Message Signs Message Signs Message Signs

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Cameras Cameras Cameras Cameras 2A EXIT 188
2B EXIT 188

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I-81 Corridor Improvement Plan
Staunton District: MM 195 to MM 216 OCTOBER PUBLIC MEETINGS BOARD 2 OF 8

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Targeted Issues Public Issues Identified Contributing Factors

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By direction (as presented at
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the June Measures
public meetings) Safety Traffic Volume
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Congestion
Crash Severity

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Grade

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Person-Hours of Delay Other
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Incident/Crash Lane Closure > 1 Hour

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Ramp Spacing

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Performance
Reference Measures EXIT
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Mile Marker
h measure below, (MM)
the top 20% Incorporated
of all mile-long City/Town
segments in the Merge/Diverge
City Boundary Area
ridor across Virginia are highlighted.
requency [GREEN]
egments with a higher than average number of crashes over
five years when compared to other segments in the I-81

severity [RED]
MM 195 TO MM 216

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egments with a higher than average number of fatal and severe
ashes over the last five years when compared to other FUNDED PROJECTS POTENTIAL SOLUTIONS
nts in the I-81 corridor Congestion Safety Accessibility Benefit/Cost Recommended
Location # Potential Solutions

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Score Score Score Score for Funding
-hours of delay [BLUE]
egments that operate below the posted speed limit for a portion NORTHBOUND
Location # Funded
ay (Delay is caused by the impacts of congestion, incidents, MM
ather events.) 3 Shoulder widening 0.0 1.1 0.0 0.7
200 - 205
Miles
t/crash lane closure > 1 hour [PURPLE]
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EXIT 205 4B Extend deceleration lane 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.1


egments with the highest
EXIT number of incidents/crashes that lead
ast one lane of the interstate being closed for an hour or more
9 EXIT 200-194 EXIT 205 1 Interchange improvements (2024)
195 8 EXIT 200 - MM 199
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EXIT 205 4A Extend acceleration lane 0.4 0.3 0.2 3.5


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Extend northbound and southbound


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acceleration lanes (2017) SOUTHBOUND
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MM 199 200 and Fairfield Safety Rest Area
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MM Widen to three lanes


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LEGEND: Improvements Potential Solutions EXIT 200 9 9.4 17.5 0.7 2.3
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EXIT 200 - 194 (Continues on Board 1)

Recommended 200
Infrastructure for Funding
199

Extend Not Recommended 606


Widen by
+1 One Lane Acceleration/
Curve
Improvement
for Funding 5 EXIT 205
EXIT
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Deceleration Lane
Funded Projects 2 213
Add Truck Add Auxiliary Shoulder 64
200

Climbing Lane Lane Widening Recently Constructed 1


or Under Construction
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Funded Project

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Operations
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I-81 Mainline Other Routes


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EXISTING PROPOSED EXISTING PROPOSED

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Changeable Changeable Changeable Changeable

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Message Signs Message Signs Message Signs Message Signs

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Cameras Cameras Cameras Cameras
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4B EXIT 205
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I-81 Corridor Improvement Plan
Staunton District: MM 216 to MM 237 OCTOBER PUBLIC MEETINGS BOARD 3 OF 8

LEGEND: Contributing Factors and Public Feedback

- See Board 4
Match Line
Targeted Issues Public Issues Identified Contributing Factors
By direction (as presented at
Performance
the June Measures
public meetings) Safety Traffic Volume
Crash Frequency
Congestion
Crash Severity
Grade
Person-Hours of Delay Other
Incident/Crash Lane Closure > 1 Hour
Curve

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Ramp Spacing
Performance
Reference Measures
County/Independent

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Mile Marker
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the top 20% Incorporated
of all mile-long City/Town
segments in the Merge/Diverge
City Boundary
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egments that operate below the posted speed limit for a portion

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ay (Delay is caused by the impacts of congestion, incidents,

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ather events.)

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t/crash lane closure > 1 hour [PURPLE] MT. SIDNEY
SAFETY
egments with the highest number of incidents/crashes that lead REST
ast one lane of the interstate being closed for an hour or more AREA

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LEGEND: Improvements Potential Solutions

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Recommended FUNDED PROJECTS POTENTIAL SOLUTIONS
Infrastructure for Funding Location # Potential Solutions Congestion
Score
Safety
Score
Accessibility
Score
Benefit/Cost
Score
Recommended
for Funding
Extend Not Recommended
Widen by
+1 One Lane Acceleration/
Curve
Improvement
for Funding
Location # Funded Projects (Completion Year)
NORTHBOUND
MOUNT 8 MM 236-235
Deceleration Lane EXIT
5 Widen to three lanes 6.5 9.2 1.3 3.0 CRAWFORD
Funded Projects 222 - 225
Add Truck Add Auxiliary Shoulder
Extend acceleration late at Mt.
Climbing Lane Lane Widening Recently Constructed MM 232 6 0.1 2.2 0.1 21.6
Extend northbound and southbound Sidney Safety Rest Area
or Under Construction EXIT 220 1 acceleration and deceleration lanes
(2020) MM Add truck climbing lane
7 9.3 6.6 1.0 1.7
Funded Project 234-237 (Continues on Board 4)

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Extend southbound
Operations EXIT 221 2
acceleration lane (2020) SOUTHBOUND

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I-81 Mainline Other Routes Extend northbound acceleration lane MM
EXIT 222 3 and southbound deceleration lane 8 Add truck climbing lane 0.7 4.5 1.5 3.3
EXISTING PROPOSED EXISTING PROPOSED 236 - 235
(2020)
Changeable Changeable Changeable Changeable Access improvements at interchange – Extend deceleration lane at Mt. 7 MM 234-237
EXIT 235 4 eastbound and westbound right-turn
MM 232 9B
Sidney Safety Rest Area
0.0 1.4 0.0 13.5 9B MM 232

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Message Signs Message Signs Message Signs Message Signs lanes (2022)
(CMS) (CMS) (CMS) (CMS) Extend acceleration lane at Mt.
MM 232 9A
Sidney Safety Rest Area
0.2 0.3 0.6 2.4 9A MM 232
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MT. SIDNEY
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I-81 Corridor Improvement Plan
Staunton District: MM 237 to MM 258 OCTOBER PUBLIC MEETINGS BOARD 4 OF 8

LEGEND: Contributing Factors and Public Feedback


ROCKINGHAM COUNTY

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Targeted Issues Public Issues Identified Contributing Factors
By direction (as presented at

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Performance
the June Measures
public meetings) Safety Traffic Volume

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Crash Frequency
Congestion

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Crash Severity
Grade

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Person-Hours of Delay Other
Incident/Crash Lane Closure > 1 Hour
Curve

Ramp Spacing

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Performance
Reference Measures
County/Independent Merge/Diverge
Mile Marker
h measure below, Incorporated
the top 20% of all mile-long City/Town
segments in the

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City Boundary Area
ridor across Virginia are highlighted.

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requency [GREEN]
egments with a higher than average number of crashes over
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five years when compared to other segments in the I-81

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262
7

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severity [RED]

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egments with a higher than average number of fatal and severe
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ashes over the last five years when compared to other 253
nts in the I-81 corridor

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-hours of delay [BLUE]

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egments that operate below the posted speed limit for a portion

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ay (Delay is caused by the impacts of congestion, incidents,

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ather events.)

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t/crash lane closure > 1 hour [PURPLE]
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egments with the highest number of incidents/crashes that lead


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ast one lane of the interstate being closed for an hour or more
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Match Line - See Board 3

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Miles
0 ¼ ½ 1

LEGEND: Improvements Potential Solutions


MM 237 TO MM 258
Recommended
ROCKINGHAM COUNTY

Infrastructure

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for Funding 4 MM 248-243
FUNDED PROJECTS POTENTIAL SOLUTIONS

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HARRISONBURG
Extend Not Recommended
Widen by
+1 Acceleration/
Curve for Funding Congestion Safety Accessibility Benefit/Cost Recommended

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One Lane Improvement Location # Potential Solutions Score Score Score Score for Funding
Deceleration Lane

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Funded Projects NORTHBOUND
Add Truck Add Auxiliary Shoulder Location # Funded

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MM Add truck climbing lane
Climbing Lane Lane Widening Recently Constructed 3 9.3 6.6 1.0 1.7
234 - 237 (Continued from Board 3)

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or Under Construction
MM

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4 Widen to three lanes 40.0 9.5 5.8 2.4
Funded Project Realign northbound off-ramp to tie 243 - 248
EXIT 245 1
into Forest Hill Road (2020)
Operations EXIT
5
Add auxiliary lane between
0.7 0.0 0.5 0.2
Remove northbound on-ramp loop to 245 - 247 Exit 245 and Exit 247
I-81 Mainline Other Routes EXIT 247 2 eliminate northbound weave on I-81
EXISTING PROPOSED EXISTING MOUNT
PROPOSED (2024) SOUTHBOUND
CRAWFORD MM
" 24
Changeable Changeable Changeable Changeable 4 Widen to three lanes 40.0 9.5 5.8 2.4

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248 - 243
Message Signs Message Signs Message Signs Message Signs
(CMS) (CMS) (CMS) (CMS)

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Cameras Cameras Cameras Cameras

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I-81 Corridor Improvement Plan
Staunton District: MM 258 to MM 278 OCTOBER PUBLIC MEETINGS BOARD 5 OF 8

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LEGEND: Contributing Factors and Public Feedback

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Targeted Issues Public Issues Identified Contributing Factors
By direction (as presented at

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Performance Measures

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the June public meetings)

Crash Frequency
Safety Traffic Volume NEW MARKET
Congestion
Crash Severity
Grade
Person-Hours of Delay Other
Incident/Crash Lane Closure > 1 Hour
Curve 211

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Ramp Spacing
Performance
Reference Measures
County/Independent Merge/Diverge
Mile Marker
h measure below, (MM)
the top 20% Incorporated
of all mile-long City/Town
segments in the
City Boundary Area Miles
ridor across Virginia are highlighted.
0 ¼ ½ 1
requency [GREEN]
egments with a higher than average number of crashes over
five years when compared to other segments in the I-81
MM 258 TO MM 278
severity [RED]
egments with a higher than average number of fatal and severe
ashes over the last five years when compared to other POTENTIAL SOLUTIONS EXIT
263 2 MM 273-272
ts in the I-81 corridor Congestion Safety Accessibility Benefit/Cost Recommended
Location # Potential Solutions 273

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Score Score Score Score for Funding
-hours of delay [BLUE]
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st one lane of the interstate being closed for an hour or more 2 Curve improvements 0.0 0.2 0.0 13.2

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Potential Solutions
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Recommended 269
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Infrastructure

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for Funding
Not Recommended

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Widen by Extend
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+1 Acceleration/
Curve for Funding

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264

One Lane Improvement


Deceleration Lane
265

Funded Projects

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Add Truck Add Auxiliary Shoulder
Climbing Lane Lane Widening Recently Constructed
or Under Construction NEW MARKET
Funded Project
Operations
I-81 Mainline Other Routes 211
EXISTING PROPOSED EXISTING PROPOSED
Changeable Changeable Changeable Changeable
Message Signs Message Signs Message Signs Message Signs
(CMS) (CMS) (CMS) (CMS)

Cameras Cameras Cameras Cameras


I-81 Corridor Improvement Plan
Staunton District: MM 279 to MM 295 OCTOBER PUBLIC MEETINGS BOARD 6 OF 8

LEGEND: Contributing Factors and Public Feedback


Targeted Issues Public Issues Identified Contributing Factors
By direction (as presented at
Performance
the June Measures
public meetings) 81

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Safety Traffic Volume
675

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Crash Severity 42 EXIT

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Person-Hours of Delay Other EXIT 283

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Incident/Crash Lane Closure > 1 Hour

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Ramp Spacing

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Performance
Reference Measures
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Mile Marker
h measure below, (MM)
the top 20% Incorporated
of all mile-long City/Town
segments in the
City Boundary TOMS BROOK

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ridor across Virginia are highlighted. Area
requency [GREEN]
egments with a higher than average number of crashes over 81 TOMS BROOK

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BATTLEFIELD
five years when compared to other segments in the I-81
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severity [RED]
egments with a higher than average number of fatal and severe

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ashes over the last five years when compared to other

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185

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nts in the I-81 corridor

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-hours of delay [BLUE]
egments that operate below the posted speed limit for a portion
ay (Delay is caused by the impacts of congestion, incidents,
WOODSTOCK
ather events.) EDINBURG
t/crash lane closure > 1 hour [PURPLE] 11
egments with the highest number of incidents/crashes that lead
ast one lane of the interstate being closed for an hour or more
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Miles
0 ¼ ½ 1

LEGEND: Improvements Potential Solutions


Recommended EXIT
Infrastructure for Funding 291
3 MM 287-284
Not Recommended
+1
Widen by
One Lane
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Acceleration/
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Improvement
for Funding 81

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Climbing Lane Lane Widening Recently Constructed
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Funded Project 651
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2B

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EXIT 291
Operations

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rd
I-81 Mainline Other Routes

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EXISTING PROPOSED EXISTING PROPOSED
5 EXIT 279

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Changeable Changeable Changeable Changeable
4A EXIT 283

Message Signs Message Signs Message Signs Message Signs


(CMS) (CMS) (CMS) (CMS)
TOMS BROOK

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Cameras Cameras Cameras Cameras
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BATTLEFIELD

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POTENTIAL SOLUTIONS

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185 Congestion Safety Accessibility Benefit/Cost Recommended
Location # Potential Solutions
WOODSTOCK
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Score Score Score Score for Funding


1 EXIT 283
NORTHBOUND
EDINBURG EXIT 283 1 Extend deceleration lane 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.1

EXIT 291 2B Extend deceleration lane 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.1

EXIT 291 2A Extend acceleration lane 0.1 2.5 0.1 8.5

SOUTHBOUND
MM
3 Shoulder widening 0.0 0.3 0.0 0.3
Match Line - See Board 5

287 - 284

EXIT 283 4B Extend deceleration lane 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

EXIT 283 4A Extend acceleration lane 0.0 0.3 0.0 1.5

EXIT 279 5 Extend acceleration lane 0.0 1.1 0.0 4.7


I-81 Corridor Improvement Plan
Staunton District: MM 295 to MM 305 OCTOBER PUBLIC MEETINGS BOARD 7 OF 8

SHENANDOAH COUNTY FREDERICK COUNTY


LEGEND: Contributing Factors and Public Feedback EXIT
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Targeted Issues Public Issues Identified Contributing Factors

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By direction (as presented at
Performance Measures

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the June public meetings) Safety Traffic Volume

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Crash Severity

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Grade
Person-Hours of Delay Other
Incident/Crash Lane Closure > 1 Hour
Curve
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Ramp Spacing
Performance
Reference Measures

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EXIT

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County/Independent Merge/Diverge
Mile Marker
h measure below, (MM)
the top 20% Incorporated
of all mile-long City/Town
segments in the
ridor across Virginia are highlighted.
City Boundary Area 298

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requency [GREEN]
300
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egments with a higher than average number of crashes over "
five years when compared to other segments in the I-81 55 EXIT
302
MIDDLETOWN
8

"3
severity [RED]
egments with a higher than average number of fatal and severe 2 9
ashes over the last five years when compared to other

04
nts in the I-81 corridor

"3
-hours of delay [BLUE]
egments that operate below the posted speed limit for a portion
ay (Delay is caused by the impacts of congestion, incidents,
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AND BELLE GROVE

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ather events.)

" 302
"
t/crash lane closure > 1 hour [PURPLE]
egments with the highest number of incidents/crashes that lead

" 301
ast one lane of the interstate being closed for an hour or more

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29
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CEDAR CREEK
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WA ERIC
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Match Line - See Board 6
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300
66 EN COU
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UN TY
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LEGEND: Improvements Potential Solutions EXIT SHENANDOAH COUNTY FREDERICK COUNTY MM 295 TO MM 305
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Infrastructure FUNDED PROJECTS POTENTIAL SOLUTIONS

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Widen by
+1 Curve Score Score Score Score for Funding

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Acceleration/ for Funding
One Lane Improvement

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Deceleration Lane NORTHBOUND

ee
Location # Funded
Funded Projects

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Add Truck Add Auxiliary Shoulder EXIT 296 3 Extend deceleration lane 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.1

ard
Climbing Lane Lane Widening Recently Constructed

8
EXIT Add auxiliary lane between
or Under Construction 4 0.5 0.7 0.4 0.7
Extend northbound acceleration lane 296 - 298 Exit 296 an Exit 298
Funded Project
81 9 11
EXIT 296 1 and southbound deceleration lane
(2024) EXIT
5
Add auxiliary lane between
0.7 1.9 0.7 0.9
Operations EXIT 300-MM 296
Extend southbound acceleration lane
298 - 300 Exit 298 and Exit 300
EXIT 300 2
I-81 Mainline Other Routes (2024) Widen ramp to eastbound I-66 to

"
EXIT 300 6 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
10 EXIT 298-300 two lanes
" 296

EXISTING PROPOSED EXISTING PROPOSED


" 295

Changeable Changeable Changeable Changeable EXIT 302 7B Extend deceleration lane 0.0 0.8 0.3 10.8

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1

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Message Signs Message Signs Message Signs Message Signs EXIT
(CMS) (CMS) (CMS) (CMS)
298 EXIT 302 7A Extend acceleration lane 0.3 2.5 0.3 12.7

30
EXIT
300

5
Cameras Cameras Cameras Cameras
3 EXIT 296
" MIDDLETOWN 81 MM 304 8
Extend deceleration lane at truck
scales
0.0 0.4 0.0 2.3

SOUTHBOUND

98

"3
EXIT
EXIT 300 -
2 302 MM 296
9 Widen to three lanes 8.5 7.3 10.4 2.6

04
11 55 EXIT 298 10 Extend deceleration lane 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
2

"3
CEDAR CREEK EXIT 296 11 Extend acceleration lane 0.0 1.0 0.0 6.2
AND BELLE GROVE

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8 MM 304

" 302
"

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STRASBURG CEDAR CREEK
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RR
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4
EN COU
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627
66 CO N
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UN TY
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SHENANDOAH COUNTY WARREN COUNTY
I-81 Corridor Improvement Plan
Staunton District: MM 305 to MM 324 OCTOBER PUBLIC MEETINGS BOARD 8 OF 8

LEGEND: Contributing Factors and Public Feedback

NTY
Targeted Issues Public Issues Identified Contributing Factors
By direction (as presented at
Performance
the June Measures
public meetings) Safety Traffic Volume

A
COU
Crash Frequency

GINI
Congestion
Crash Severity
Grade
Person-Hours of Delay Other

ICK

T VIR
Incident/Crash Lane Closure > 1 Hour
Curve

DER

WES
Ramp Spacing KERNSTOWN
Performance
Reference Measures BATTLEFIELD 37
WINCHESTER

FRE
County/Independent Merge/Diverge 37
Mile Marker
h measure below, (MM)
the top 20% Incorporated
of all mile-long City/Town
segments in the
City Boundary Area
ridor across Virginia are highlighted. 661
requency [GREEN]
egments with a higher than average number of crashes over
five years when compared to other segments in the I-81
631 669
severity [RED]
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egments with a higher than average number of fatal and severe 11
"

ashes over the last five years when compared to other


nts in the I-81 corridor EXIT 672
"

-hours of delay [BLUE] 317


305

WINCHESTER
EXIT

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egments that operate below the posted speed limit for a portion SAFETY

"
ay (Delay is caused by the impacts of congestion, incidents,
REST
321
306

AREA
ather events.)
"

319
31
" 309
t/crash lane closure > 1 hour [PURPLE] 7

"
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egments with the highest number of incidents/crashes that lead
307

ast one lane of the interstate being closed for an hour or more

"
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310
EXIT 661

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307

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310

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31

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Match Line - See Board 7

EXIT
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323

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277

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321
WINCHESTER

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BATTLEFIELDS

50

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Miles

6
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0 ¼ ½ 1
315
LEGEND: Improvements Potential Solutions
Recommended
Infrastructure for Funding
MM 305 TO MM 324
Extend Not Recommended
Widen by
+1 Acceleration/
Curve for Funding
FUNDED PROJECTS POTENTIAL SOLUTIONS

NTY
One Lane Improvement
Deceleration Lane
Funded Projects Location # Potential Solutions Congestion Safety Accessibility Benefit/Cost Recommended
Add Truck Add Auxiliary Shoulder Score Score Score Score for Funding

A
COU
Climbing Lane Lane Widening Recently Constructed NORTHBOUND
Project # Funded

GINI
or Under Construction
EXIT Add auxiliary lane between
7 EXIT 315-313
313 - 315
6
Exit 313 and Exit 315
0.0 2.0 1.0 0.6
Funded Project
Operations EXIT 315 -

ICK
8 Widen to three lanes 0.2 1.2 0.9 0.3

T VIR
Interchange modification project MM 317
I-81 Mainline Other Routes EXIT 310 1
(2017) SOUTHBOUND
EXISTING PROPOSED EXISTING PROPOSED

DER
9 MM 317-315 Extend northbound deceleration lane EXIT Add auxiliary lane between
EXIT 315 2 9 0.2 2.3 0.1 0.6
Changeable Changeable Changeable Changeable (2024) 317 - 315 Exit 317 and Exit 315

WES
Message Signs Message Signs Message Signs Message Signs KERNSTOWN 37 Install queue preemption on
(CMS) (CMS) (CMS) (CMS) BATTLEFIELD EXIT 315 3 EXIT Add auxiliary lane between
northbound off-ramp (2016) 7 0.0 2.1 0.0 0.4

FRE
315 - 313 Exit 315 and Exit 313
37
Cameras Cameras Cameras Cameras WINCHESTER EXIT 317 4
Extend northbound deceleration lane
(2013) 661
Extend northbound deceleration and
EXIT 323 5
southbound acceleration lane (2021)
631
81
STEPHENS CITY 11 EXIT
669
1
317
"

672
"
305

WINCHESTER
EXIT

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SAFETY

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321
306

AREA
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319
31
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307

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31

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Match Line - See Board 7

312

323

324
277

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WINCHESTER
2 8 EXIT 315 - MM 319

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313 50
BATTLEFIELDS

315
EXIT
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