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Woodbridge, VA 22191

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Pedestrian & Bicycle Network

It’s Time to Share The Road


WOODBRIDGE, VA… Last November, Sally Ann Okuly, a resident of the Potomac Woods community, was tragically killed when a vehicle struck her in the crosswalk while she was returning home from picking up the Sunday morning paper. At a recent Town Hall Meeting on Pedestrian Safety with the senior citizens living in the Potomac Woods community, Supervisor Frank Principi was joined by representatives from both Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) and Prince William County Department of Transportation (PWCDOT).  Residents recounted many near-miss accidents on Opitz Boulevard and offered multiple suggestions for making the neighborhood safer for pedestrians. Since January of 2008, there have been 62 crashes involving pedestrians in the Woodbridge District, resulting in seven fatalities.


“I am focused on increasing pedestrian and bicyclist safety,” says Supervisor Principi. “We are all motorists, walkers, or cyclists at one point or another. It’s time we learn to better share the road.”


Supervisor Principi led an effort last year to identify missing links in sidewalks, trails, and crosswalks in the Woodbridge District. Over 30 segments were prioritized based on safety and connectivity factors. “We want to eliminate the ‘sidewalks to nowhere’ and increase safety so families are better connected to schools, churches, parks, shopping, and other amenities,” says Principi. 


Once fully completed, the Pedestrian & Bicycle Network will be fifty continuous miles around the Woodbridge District.  In the next few years, new sidewalks and trails will be seen along several roads in Woodbridge, including: 

  • Route 1 between Annapolis Way and Mary’s Way
  • Route 1 between Featherstone Road and Neabsco Mills Road
  • Route 1 at Powell’s Creek
  • Dale/Rippon Boulevard from Neabsco Mills Road across Route 1
  • Opitz Boulevard from Mason Creek Drive to Potomac Library


“We need to take a multi-prong approach to improving pedestrian safety,” says Principi. “This includes constructing sidewalks and trails, new signage, better signal timing, and increased enforcement.”




































































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The WPCCA purpose is to create a sense of community and present a united voice on issues that affect the Woodbridge Magisterial District. Learn more >


How Are You Connected to the Vision of a New Woodbridge?

There are many ways to become informed, engaged and involved with the vision of a New Woodbridge. Interested individuals can sign up for the quarterly newsletter, join our Facebook group, follow our twitter feed, and sign up for our E-Notifications system. These communication tools allow Supervisor Principi to keep constituents informed about the activities, developments, and issues affecting the Woodbridge Magisterial District. Questions?, please contact 703-792-4646.



























































































Special Announcements

I will be hosting a focus group on a Friday morning in May to collect feedback from the community on our future goals.  How do you think we are doing? Where do we go from here? We need to discuss our Vision of a New Woodbridge, how it relates to you, and if you think we are making steps to accomplish our goals.  Breakfast will be included.  Please let my office know by email or phone if you want to participate - woodbridgedistrict@pwcgov.org or   703-792-4646.

Upcoming Events!


Date:  Saturday, April 19, 2014

Time:  10:00 am. Clean up begins

Location:  16205 Neabsco Road, Woodbridge, VA  22191

On Monday, April 21, 2014 at 7:00 pm, Frank J. Principi, Woodbridge District Supervisor, will be hosting a Teletown Hall Meeting on the Budget. We will be calling approximately 10,000 homes in the Woodbridge District, we hope you can join us on the call.


Date:  Saturday, May 3, 2014

Time:  9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Location:  Featherstone Elementary School, 14805 Blackburn Road, Woodbridge, VA 

Federal Funds Approved for Featherstone Refuge Boardwalk


Road Work on US 1 Continues on Schedule