News & Updates
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.
At project completion, the authentic and accessible Town of Hillsboro will support and complement growing tourism and rural businesses surrounding Hillsboro.
In anticipation of significant snowfall this week, here are some important details about the ReThink9 snow plan.VDOT will pre-treat area roads and will be responsible for snow removal on local and regional routes, including our local detour.IN THE EVENT OF SIGNIFICANT...
PRESS RELEASE: Hillsboro ReThink9 Repeats Holiday Travel Pattern Through the Route 9 Work Zone On Christmas and New Year Weekends
ReThink9 temporary schedule allows limited westbound-only travel each day during the Christmas and New Year holiday weekends from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
PRESS RELEASE: Hillsboro ReThink9 Announces Thanksgiving Holiday Travel Pattern Through the Route 9 Work Zone
Temporary schedule allows limited westbound-only travel each day during the Thanksgiving holiday starting Wednesday, November 25 to Sunday, November 29.
Truck apron work on East and West Roundabouts begins on October 19, limiting truck and trailer traffic in the roundabouts until completed.
The ReThink9 project takes up just 0.70 miles of Virginia Route 9 (Charles Town Pike), from Rt. 719 (Stony Point Road) to Rt. 690N (Mountain Road). Within the barely three-quarter mile work zone, this project has numerous active and visible safety measures in place:...
On a construction site, safety is everyone's job. Hillsboro’s ReThink9 road and infrastructure project proudly participated in national Construction Safety Week (September 14 to 18) to join with project contractor Archer Western to reflect on and emphasize the...
Despite an increase in law enforcement presence, the Town of Hillsboro continues to experience numerous deliberate unsafe actions by motorists who are moving barriers and illegally entering the work zone after hours. In consultation with law enforcement and first...
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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