20 Jan Alexandria 4th Track
Project to result in improved reliability, reduced passenger rail travel time, safety improvements, and freight benefits. It will reduce rail traffic congestion and improve rail operations around Alexandria Station, which will enable expanded rail capacity. The project will add approximately six miles of fourth main line track to an existing three-track portion of the RF&P rail corridor, and modify existing RO, AF, & Slaters Lane Interlockings. Project extends from Control Point Rosslyn (CFP RO) near milepost 110.1 south of the George Washington Memorial Parkway to Control Point Alexandria (CFP AF) near milepost 104.3 south of Telegraph Road. Project completion year 2026. Commonwealth has allocated $164 million for the Alexandria 4th Track projects (including a $45M FASTLANE FRA grant) CSX led final design and construction with DRPT/VPRA responsible for project oversight. TBD exact Federal/State/Local/Private funding mix.