Transportation Projects

capital projects


  • Route 28 Corridor Feasibility Study: Study to evaluate alternatives to relieve congestion within the Route 28 Corridor through Prince William County, the City of Manassas and the City of Manassas Park.
  • Grant Avenue: Road improvements from Lee Avenue to Wellington Road.
  • Route 28/Nokesville Road Widening: 6-lane widening from City limits to Godwin Drive.
  • Signal Optimization: Signal timings will be evaluated and optimized on all city major roads to reduce congestion and improve regional air quality.
  • Godwin Drive Bike Trail: Construction of a shared use path from Winters Branch Trail to Wellington Road.
  • Centreville Road Improvements: Construction of dual left turn lanes on Centreville Road at Liberia Avenue.
  • Fairview Avenue/Tudor Lane Signal: Signalization of the Tudor Lane/Fairview Avenue intersection.
  • Sudley Road Third Lane: Construction of the northbound third lane and sidewalk from Godwin Drive to Grant Avenue.
  • Dean Drive Extended: Extension of Dean Drive from the cul-de-sac to the intersection with Foster Drive.


  • Prince William Street: Road improvements from Grant Avenue to Wellington Road.
  • Battle Street: Road improvements from Quarry St to Portner Avenue.
  • Street Paving & Repairs:
    • The City has completed subsurface preparation of Digges Road next to the hospital and are currently preparing the outer loop of Godwin Drive from Sudley Road to Nokesville Road, Peabody Street from Center Street to Mosby Street, and Lee Avenue from West Street to the Courthouse. Paving is expected to be completed by mid-summer of 2018.
    • The City will be identifying additional residential roads that qualify for resurfacing to be included in the FY2019 Budget process in addition to the roads that are planned for full rehabilitation: Reb Yank Drive, Robson Drive, Peabody Street, Mathis Avenue, Bragg Lane, Liberia Avenue, Cloverhill Road, Kinchloe Drive, Fort Drive, and Euclid Avenue.


Completed within the last year:

  • Street Paving & Repairs:
    • In 2017, the City completed pavement rehabilitation on 7.39 lane miles of roadway including Center Street, Church Street, Centerville Road, Portner Avenue, Stonewall Road, Mathis Avenue, Forestwood Lane, Plantation Lane, and Sudley Road from Grant Avenue to Centerville Road.