News & Updates
After resequencing the schedule of construction last spring to accommodate full closure during the pandemic shutdown and the public health emergency caused by the Town’s drinking water main collapse, the project team was able to eliminate the two planned closures at...
PRESS RELEASE: Hillsboro’s ReThink9 Announces No Additional 30-Day Full-Road Closure, Set for Limited Two-Way Traffic To Begin March 30
Creative construction approach allows cancellation of approved 30-day full road closure, progress permits return to two-way traffic patterns during final utility phase—two months ahead of schedule.
A number of significant elements of the project have been the work of local companies, including sidewalk paver installation. Watch the attention to detail and care the workers take with placement of each paver. They will replicate this task over nearly two miles of...
VDOT shared the following press release with us tonight in preparation of the Thursday, February 18 winter storm: VDOT PREPARED FOR ANOTHER ROUND OF WINTER WEATHERSignificant snow, ice expected to impact much of Virginia RICHMOND, Va. – Virginia Department of...
U.S. Rep. Wexton Visits Town of Hillsboro and Tours ReThink9
The ReThink9 project’s response to Covid-19 facilitated acceleration of all phases of construction.
The elimination of the traffic signal at the East Roundabout (at Rt. 9 and Hillsboro Road) mitigates congestion, regulates speed and improves traffic flow.
New retaining walls support the roadway, parking bays and new sidewalks while mortar matches existing Town structure styles.
A progress update through January 2021 with expected project completion in April 2021.
Maintaining the historical integrity of the 270-year-old Town of Hillsboro with 21st-century infrastructure.
Letters From Our Elected Officials, Local, State and U.S. Congresswoman Wexton, and Organizations
Thank you to the public officials and local Loudoun businesses and organizations whose letters of support for ReThink9 efforts to complete this project in the shortest duration possible continue to arrive daily so we can share them here on our site. Thanks to Congresswoman Jennifer Wexton, Blue Ridge District Supervisor Tony Buffington, Loudoun County Board of Supervisors Chair Phyllis Randall, Senator Richard Black, Hillsboro Charter Academy Principal Mark Wertheimer, AltaTerra Farm Bed & Breakfast owner Alta Jones and Visit Loudoun President & CEO Beth Erickson.
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