Jahnke Road Improvements
Project Summary and Scope
Jahnke Road Improvements from Blakemore Road to Forest Hill Avenue.
The project scope is to improve safety, accessibility, drainage, multi modal transportation and esthetics through the corridor.
Provide improved access to private entrances.
Install upgraded traffic signal at Forestview School Drive.
Install a center raised median (with landscaping) and turn lanes at high traffic volume intersections.
Installation of curb and gutter on both sides of Jahnke Road west of CSXT railroad.
Install 8’ shared use path on the north side of the project and a 5’ sidewalk on the south side. The Project will improvement sidewalk between Forest Hill Ave and Clarence Street.
A two way cycle track will be added between Forest Hill Ave and Clarence Street along west bound Jahnke Road.
Part of the Project Written Studies, Reports, Presentation
Right of Way Acquisition - November 2016 - Complete
Construction Plans - January 2017 - Complete
Relocation of Utilities - January 2022- Complete
Advertise for Construction - Winter 2022 - Planned
Complete Construction - Summer 2024 - Planned
$17,080,000 – Federally funded. Award #’s: 500235, 500236, 500238, 500239, 500240, 500243, 500244 Project #: 100570
Project Budget: $17,080,000
Project Status Updates
- Filed right of way certificate of take. Acquiring right of way and finishing construction plans as of September 2016.
- Construction Re-advertisement Winter 2022 - Revised
Permit, information is listed below. For details please call the Department of Planning, Development and Review at 804-646-4169.
Expenses (costs are reported quarterly)
Life to Date $6,221,580
Project Contact Information, if you have questions about this project please contact this individual.
- City of Richmond Department of Public Works Winston Phillips Winston.Phillips@RVa.gov (804) 646-5994
Performance Measures and Benchmarks
The construction schedule is being reviewed due on-going railroad coordination.
Project Overall Status (Active, Pending or Complete)
See Link to ordinance in Project Studies section.
Project Engineering by Jacobs