King-Callahan-Russell Intersection Improvement Project

Page updated on Jun 8, 2016 at 2:15 PM

What's New?

For results of the recent Alex Engage survey on this project, visit the survey website.

Project Background

The City of Alexandria was awarded a grant from the Federal Transit Authority (FTA) to make pedestrian and bicycle safety improvements to improve access to transit.  The intersection of King Street, Callahan Drive and Russell Road was identified as a priority location for these improvements.  As part of the City's Complete Streets Program, the City kicked off this project at a public meeting on January 15, 2015.   At this meeting, staff presented the scope of work identified in the grant and solicited feedback from residents as to their main concerns and issues as pedestrians and cyclists at this location.  A second public meeting was held on June 23, 2015 to review and discuss different options for the intersection.  The conceptual design will be posted on Alex Engage for more input from the community this winter.   

  King.Callahan.Russell Location map 

City Right of Way

KCR Volumes4

Public Outreach

Public Meeting #1 - January 15, 2015 - Presentation - Community Comments

Public Meeting #2 - June 23, 2015 - Presentation - Community Feedback