Loudoun County, Va. (September 5, 2014) – Have you ever driven by a road or building under construction and wondered, “What’s going on with that?” Loudoun County has developed an online map and database that will provide an answer to that question, County Administrator Tim Hemstreet announced Wednesday.
The interactive map at www.loudoun.gov/underconstruction is designed to keep Loudoun County citizens updated on the status of the county’s capital infrastructure projects. The map allows users of the county website to check on the progress of a wide range of capital projects, including active projects in the county’s Capital Improvement Program (CIP) as well as planned projects.
The type of projects displayed on the map include roads and bridges, interchanges and intersections, sidewalks and trails, transit projects, public safety facilities, parks, schools, and more.
Users can search for information by project name or type. Clicking on a map pin will bring up a brief description of the project. The “More Info” link will provide a detailed project status report which is updated quarterly. The detailed report also provides project contact information if you need to request additional information. There is also a “Zoom to” feature which will display road and neighborhood details.
More information, including a link to the map, is available online at www.loudoun.gov/underconstruction .