The Rollins Ford Extension Project and Rollins Ford Park, Gainesville, Virginia
The Rollins Ford Extension Project: How Will it Affect Gainesville, Bristow and Nokesville Virginia?
The Rollins Ford Extension will provide a direct, four-lane divided roadway between Linton Hall Road in Gainesville, through the Glenkirk and Morris Farm communities (Songsparrow Drive and Yellow Hammer Drive) to Vint Hill Road in Nokesville. Currently, the only routes to Vint Hill from Linton Hall are either Glenkirk Road (indirect) or Sudley Road in Bristow. Rollins Ford will be between them coming out near the Prince William Golf Course on Vint Hill Road.
Prince William County officials predict that once the Rollins Ford Road Project is completed in May of 2014, residents of the Vint Hill area will save 10 to 15 minutes on their commute times gaining easier access to I-66 and Route 234. This new road will also provide a more direct route for these residents to the new shopping and entertainment complex at Virginia Gateway which will boost the retail economy.
The extension will also create a new and more direct route for Bristow and Gainesville residents to travel to destinations in the Nokesville and Vint Hill area including Patriot High School which will alleviate the current morning back up on Sudley Road.
With this project comes a brand new recreation center! Also under development is the new Rollins Ford Park. The 64 acre park will be designed and constructed as a soccer complex for the Linton Hall corridor. The park will have five soccer fields, a soccer stadium, a playground, parking, a league building and trails. Construction has begun and the project is scheduled for completion in summer of 2015. Learn more.
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