Beauregard Street Multi-Use Trail Project

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Project Description

The purpose of this project is to design and construct a shared-use path along North Beauregard Street between Fillmore Avenue and Berkeley Street, a distance of approximately 0.5 miles. This project will increase mobility and access for people walking, biking, or using other mobility devices on the West End. It will also provide non-motorized connections between West End neighborhoods, Northern Virginia Community College, Mark Center, Four Mile Run Trail, and the future West End Transitway.

Overall Project Status: Design

Project Background

This project was identified as one of the top priority bicycle projects in the City’s Transportation Master Plan. This project was also recommended in the Beauregard Small Area Plan, and it supports the City’s Environmental Action Plan by increasing access for sustainable modes of transportation.

This project is intended to enhance the City’s multimodal environment and increase connections between West End neighborhoods, Northern Virginia Community College, the regional trail network, and the future West End Transitway. 

This project is being funded through a federal grant. 

Project Development

Project Timeline

Design: Fall 2021 - Fall 2022

Construction: Spring 2023 - Summer 2024

Community Engagement

Status: Ongoing

After undergoing a robust community engagement process, this project was recommended in the City's Transportation Master Plan and the Beauregard Small Area Plan.

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 public health crisis, community engagement for this project is expected to be virtual. Stay tuned for future opportunities to comment on the design or other aspects of the project.


Status: Initiated


Status: Not started


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