Leesburg Pike in Tysons is getting new sidewalks and pedestrian ramps.
The work is a part of the Silver Line Phase 1, according to the Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project.
“This work includes the installation of underdrain, sidewalk crack repairs, manholes and other drainage structure repairs, and ensuring pedestrian ramps meet the latest ADA code standards,” the project update said.
Work has already been finished on the eastbound side, and now crews are working on the westbound side of Leesburg Pike before starting similar work along Route 123 near Tysons Blvd.
While the work is underway, pedestrians are asked to use temporary detours and drivers can expect signs and barricades.
“Large, slow moving vehicles may be exiting and entering the highway at various times,” the update said.
Photo courtesy Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project
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