The 495 NEXT Interactive Map provides information about the project’s design and what is being constructed. Design elements and features are color coded according to the map legend. 495 NEXT is a design-build project, and details shown on this interactive map are subject to change and may be updated as the project's design is finalized.
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The 495 Express Lanes Northern Extension study was an environmental study that proposed to extend the 495 Express Lanes by approximately three miles from the 495 and Dulles Toll Road interchange to the vicinity of the American Legion Bridge. Below is a map of the environmental study area associated with the study.
Access Points Map
Northern Virginia Express Lanes Network Map (November 2021)
The 495 NEXT project team has produced visualizations of what the proposed design might look like from viewpoints near the George Washington Memorial Parkway and Dulles Toll Road interchanges. To view, click here.
|Document||File / Size|
|Public Hearing Design Boards, Plans (October 2020)||PDF, 9.3MB|
|Limited Access Lines (Updated 3/3/2020)||PDF, 5.1MB|
|Noise Barrier Roll Plots (March 2020)||PDF, 5.8MB|
|Design Plans (February 2020)||PDF, 51.9MB|