Reports & Studies

Rappahannock River Crossing Project

The Rappahannock River Crossing Project is designed to improve I-95 congestion by providing local traffic with an additional route to travel between Route 17 and Route 3, including two new bridges over the Rappahannock River.  The project is divided into two portions, the southbound project would cost $115.5 million and northbound would cost $152 million.  It would add collector-distributor lanes along I-95 from US17 in southern Stafford County to State Route 3 in Fredericksburg, including two new bridges over the Rappahannock River.  Read more

Preferred-AlternativeJackson Gateway Access Study

The Jackson Gateway Access Study was a detailed assessment of present and future development and traffic conditions in the areas of I-95 Exit 126 and Jackson Gateway in Spotsylvania County. This work was conducted in accordance with Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) and Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) requirements Read more


 Proposed Nodes in the Park and Ride Lot Siting Feasibility StudyPark & Ride Lot Siting Feasibility Study

The Park & Ride Lot Feasibility Study identified locations in the region to be pursued as potential park and ride locations and develop park and ride lot concept plans for each. This task was broken into two discrete evaluations. A Tier 1 analysis screened potential locations for use as a park and ride facility.  Read more

Lafayette Boulevard Park & Ride Lot Feasibility Study

Completed in 2009, the Lafayette Boulevard Multi-modal Corridor Study focused on modifications to the corridor to improve conditions on Lafayette Boulevard for all modes of transportation between downtown Fredericksburg and US 1.  Read more


Report_I-95-Corridor-Needs_FINAL.pdfI-95 Corridor Needs Analysis

Completed in 2009, the I-95 Corridor Needs Analysis Study identified and assessed problematic access points along Interstate 95 within a corridor span of approximately 35 miles, from the Garrisonville Road (Rt. 610) interchange and the Ladysmith Road (Rt. 639) interchange.  This study helped identify and assess problem locations along the I-95 corridor.  Read more


 route 3 studyRoute 3 Corridor Transit Study

Completed in 2009, the Route 3 Corridor Transit Study focused on the ways transit mobility and accessibility can be enhanced for the section of Route 3 from Gordon Road in Spotsylvania County to the Rappahannock River in Fredericksburg. Read more



Regional Transit Policy Plan

FAMPO initiated the George Washington Region Transit Policy Plan to determine the most effective ways to improve transit and begin to develop a more balanced transportation system.  This study was conducted using projections of future development that were based on the land use policies current in effect for local governments in the Region. These projections indicated that future development will be similar to current development patterns, and will consist of low density development that will sprawl into currently undeveloped areas.  Read more


Pages from Route 1 Multimodal Corridor Study Final.pdfU.S. 1 Multimodal Corridor Study

Completed in 2008, the U.S. Route 1 Corridor Study identified the short and long term transportation system needs, developed the long-term vision for the Route 1 Corridor from the Prince William County/Stafford County line to the north, southwards to Route 630, Courthouse Road.  Read more


Research and Recommendations for Locally Administered Projects and DevolutionLocally Administered Projects & Devolution

Completed in June 2008, this study developed a regional understanding and appreciation of the issues involved in local administration and management of State and Federally-funded projects on the State Highway System, local assumption of ownership of state highway facilities as well as the current status of LAP in each jurisdiction.  Read more