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This will be wonderful if it happens. Going west I can avoid that intersection but using Williamsburg and picking up the trail in Falls Church, and so I usually do.

The curve seems unecessary. At least I'd rather keep the bridge span as straight as possible and let the surface curve to get around the bridge rather than the other way around.

But I could be convinced that it's not possible to do otherwise. I'm just going off the pictures.

I just see a risk with a downhill curve that should be avoided if possible.

We can now win the war on cars with the height advantage here.

With that much aerial structure, they better have a plan to salt/plow it in the winter. It could become and stay unusable in certain weather.

Design looks very similar to the ART bridges, which is kind of nice and unifying.

VDOT's second Design Public Hearing for this project is TONIGHT, Thursday, December 8, 2016 (6:30-8:30 p.m.)
Mary Ellen Henderson Middle School Cafetorium
7130 Leesburg Pike, Falls Church, VA 22043

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