Safer, Better Access for Pedestrians, Cyclists
Among the new transportation projects that are humming along in New Woodbridge are ones that make our community safer and easier to access by foot or bicycle, like the Woodbridge Pedestrian & Bicycle Loop, which includes the stunning Neabsco Creek Boardwalk.
The loop is a 50-mile network of sidewalks, crosswalks, trails, and boardwalks that enables pedestrians and cyclists to get from Belmont Bay to Potomac Shores along the Potomac and Occoquan Rivers, Route 1 and through neighborhood trails.
This network invites residents and visitors to explore the area’s diverse cultural and recreational offerings by foot and bike. Trail segments wind through wetlands at Occoquan Bay and Featherstone National Wildlife Refuges, beaches and hiking trails at Leesylvania State Park, marinas along the Potomac River and slices of history on the Potomac Heritage National Scenic Trail. It also links to national retailers and restaurants at developments such as Stonebridge at Potomac Town Center and Neabsco Commons, as well as connecting to other businesses along the Route 1 corridor. This increased “walkability” can help to reduce traffic congestion, improve home values and offer new outdoor recreational opportunities.
Download a Woodbridge Loop map to navigate all that Woodbridge has to offer, taking in the scenery as you stroll, jog or roll through our dynamic community.