Trail & Sidewalk Projects

Find out about ongoing and new Sidewalk and Trail Projects!
View the presentation from the Bike & Pedestrian improvements meeting on May 18, 2023

Repasar la presentación bilingüe de la reunión sobre las mejoras para ciclistas y peatones el 18 de mayo de 2023

View video from the 2023 bike/ped meeting:


We need your feedback on the Sudley Road Trail:
New 1.2 mile bike connection along Sudley Road between Godwin Drive and Grant Avenue
•    Alternatives:
  • Alternative A.1: 10’ shared use path on the west side of Sudley Road between Godwin Drive and Grant Avenue (Cost: $1.65 million)
  • Alternative A.2: 10’ shared use path on the west side of Sudley Road between Godwin Drive and Stonewall Road (Cost: $1.4 million)
  • Alternative E: 10’ shared use path on the west side of Sudley Road between Godwin Drive and Prince William Hospital and off-street bike lanes between Prince William Hospital and Grant Avenue  
  • Note: All concepts include bike lanes on Digges Road
Status:
  • This project is identified in the Bike Network Plan of the Comprehensive Plan
  • The concept was developed in August 2023
  • Project is currently unfunded

Share your comments/Take the survey
Cuéntenos su opinión llenando esta encuesta bilingüe.
Public input is being sought and is critical to receive before a project is recommended to be added to the Capital Improvement Program


How do these trails fit in with the Comprehensive Plan (Note that these projects are funded in the FY21 CIP)? View the Long Range Bike Plan
The City of Manassas has been awarded the Bronze-level Bicycle Friendly Community (BFC) award from the League of American Bicyclists.  The City of Manassas joins 506 communities across the country in the movement for safer streets and better bicycling for everyone. The City of Manassas has been recognized for its commitment to creating transportation and recreational resources that benefit residents of all ages and abilities while encouraging healthier and more sustainable transportation choices.
How do sidewalk projects fit in with the Comprehensive Plan? View the Pedestrian Network Plan 


Godwin
Godwin Drive Bike Trail (T-59)
Constructing a shared-use path on the east side of Godwin Drive from Wellington Road to Route 28, and on the south side of Godwin Drive from Route 28 to Winters Branch Trail.
View the Plans
Status: 
  • Construction in progress
 Contact: Sung Jin Chung, Senior Engineer

Longstreet sidewalk - CopyLongstreet Sidewalk (T-84)
Constructing a sidewalk on the west side of Longstreet Drive between Grant Avenue and Weems Road.
This sidewalk is being built in concurrence with the Longstreet Drive Water Line project.
View the Current Design Plan

Status:
  • Final Design / Estimated Construction Start: Spring 2024
Contact: Mike Nicholson, Assistant Director of Water & Sewer


Wellington 2Wellington Road Shared Use Path Gap (T-88)
Constructing a shared-use path along Wellington Road from Nokesville Road to Prince William Street.
View the current design plan
Status:

Dumfries SidewalkDumfries Road Sidewalk (T-93)
Construct a sidewalk on the east side of Dumfries Road between Hastings Drive and Milic Street.
Status:
 Contact: Sung Jin Chung, Senior Engineer




Sudley Sidewalk map - CopySudley Road Sidewalk (T-94)
Constructing a sidewalk with a 6-foot buffer on the east side of Sudley Road between Grant Avenue and Mathis Avenue. The sidewalk will be 5 feet wide between Grant Avenue and Portner Avenue, and 6 feet wide between Portner Avenue and Mathis Avenue.
View the Concept Plan
Status:
  • Preliminary Engineering / Estimated Construction Start: Fall 2025
Contact: John Keenan, Senior Engineer #703-257-8447

 

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