Transurban-Fluor and the Virginia Department of Transportation opened the new Washington & Old Dominion Trail bridge crossing the Capital Beltway June 15 with a ribbon cutting ceremony.
As part of the Capital Beltway HOT Lanes Project, the team replaced the approximately 40-year-old W&OD Trail bridge, improving access for bikers, runners and pedestrians and enhancing regional mobility. Many local representatives were on hand to speak about the project, and Transurban-Fluor presented the Friends of W&OD Trail with a $2,500 community grant. Pictured above are, from left to right, Barry Buschow; John Lynch (VDOT); Larry Cloyed; Chairman Sharon Bulova; Barbara Hildreth (who helped found the W&OD trail), special guest; Tim Steinhilber; Mitch Lester, project director with Fluor-Lane; and Jan Sherman, project manager at Lane Construction. (Photo: Courtesy Alison Ward)