Drivers going from Route 123 to I-66 will finally get to see the outcome of construction crews’ work.
An on-ramp to I-66 East from southbound Chain Bridge Road in Oakton is slated to open during the day tomorrow (Tuesday).
That means drivers will no longer have to use the temporary traffic pattern involving a left-hand turn at a traffic signal to go eastbound on the interstate.
To complete the connection, crews will have to close a right lane on Route 123 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The work could be rescheduled based on the weather, though.
Another permanent loop opened Nov. 2, allowing northbound Chain Bridge Road traffic to go west.
The new ramps are part of the Transform 66 project, which will extend the I-66 Express Lanes from I-495 in Dunn Loring to Gainesville. The project is also adding a new trail and transit amenities to the corridor.
The new lanes are slated to open this December.
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