Roosevelt Street Corridor Pedestrian Accessibility

Project Scope


The Roosevelt Street Corridor Pedestrian Accessibility Project will increase pedestrian accessibility along Roosevelt Street from Roosevelt Boulevard to Broad Street. Project elements include: 
  • Intersection changes at Roosevelt Street and Roosevelt Boulevard Intersection including new pedestrian signals and push buttons, curb ramps, and a redesigned intersection to eliminate "free-right" turn lane
  • New sidewalk along the north side of Roosevelt Street from Roosevelt Boulevard to Tuckahoe Street
  • Reduction of lanes on Roosevelt Street from three lanes to two, one in each direction
  • American with Disabilities Act curb ramps from Roosevelt Boulevard to Broad Street
  • Three bus shelters - two at the intersection of Roosevelt Street and Roosevelt Boulevard, one at the intersection of Roosevelt Street and Broad Street
  • New signal equipment at Roosevelt Street and Broad Street including mast arms and pedestrian signals 
This project is a combination of two projects funded through federal grants provided through the Regional Surface Transportation Program (RSTP) and Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP). 

Presentation and Concept

Project Location



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Schedule and Status


Engineering Design: Completed Spring 2017
Advertisement: May 2017
Construction Start: Fall 2017
Project Completion: Spring 2018

Public Meetings


2013 December 16 Planning Commission Meeting

2013 November 11 Public Meeting

Contact Information


For more information about this project, please contact Kyle Kling at 703-248-5478 (TTY 711).