• Marshall Road project set to begin March 26

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    March 13, 2018
    Marshall Road project set to begin March 26
    The Town of Vienna is set to begin work Monday, March 26, on a sidewalk improvement and roadway replacement project designed to enhance the safety of children walking and biking to school. The project, which will replace an asphalt path with a concrete sidewalk, elevate the roadway, replace curb and gutter, and make additional safety enhancements, will require use of a detour for drivers along Marshall Road between Rachel Lane and Trowbridge Place.
    The through-traffic road closure is necessary for safety reasons, and it may mean that the planned three-month project can be completed more quickly. Drivers will use a marked detour utilizing Ware Street, Tapawingo Road, Kingsley Road, and Nutley Street. Local residents will maintain access to their driveways throughout the project.
    The sidewalk between Trowbridge Place and Delilah Drive will be closed on the south side. Pedestrians can cross at the crosswalk at Delilah Drive and Ware Street. A flagger will assist with crossings during school opening and closing hours.
    The $1.6 million project will be completed by A&M Concrete Corporation of Sterling and funded through a VDOT revenue-sharing grant and the Town’s capital improvement funds.
    The Town of Vienna will email project updates to interested area residents. To sign up for these emails, send a request to emily.goodman@viennava.gov.
    Lynne DeWilde
    lynne.dewilde@viennava.gov, (703) 255-6300
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