WCA Traffic Studies, Reports, and Correspondence

Here are letters, reports, and studies related to Waterford traffic issues.

2021 Comparison of Loudoun County Traffic Calming Assessment and WCA response, May 24, 2021

2021 Email from WCA Traffic Committee Chair, Meredith Imwalle to Steven Brich, VDOT's Commissioner, January 28, 2021

2020 Letter of support from County Supervisor, Caleb Kershner for the WCA recommendations for calming, December 22, 2020

2020 Draft Village of Waterford Traffic Calming and Byway Assessment report that the WCA requested from the Board of Supervisors, December 16, 2020

2020 Letter to the Board of Supervisors on the WCA's concern of repaving part of Old Waterford Road and a possible effect on the village's traffic, November 15, 2020

2020 BOS voted to fund and install  temporary calming measures and to work on other traffic calming and reduction measures, January 23, 2020

2019 Results of a Traffic Survey of Village Residents to Define Goals for Traffic Management for the Village, December 10, 2019

2019 Village of Waterford Speed and Volume Summary Results prepared by Loudoun County, October 30, 2019

2019 Presentation of village traffic calming ideas, September 10, 2019

2018 Counterproposal submitted in response to the County's 2018 cut-through traffic study, 2018

2018 Village of Waterford Cut-Through Traffic Study conducted by Loudoun County (May 2018)

2017 Waterford Residents Press to Reroute Commuter Traffic (November 17, 2017 LoudounNow)

2016 Commuter Traffic is a Threat to Waterford (March 13, 2016 LoudounNow)

2016 Draft Waterford Village Historic Roadways District Application to the County for a historic roadway overlay district in Waterford, November 30, 2016

2007 Board of Supervisors direct VDOT to conduct a traffic speed and volume study

2005 WCA's Statement to the School Board About the Proposed Waterford Elementary School Renovations

2004 A survey of Waterford residents was conducted about placing a stop sign at the top of Main Street by the Post Office.

2004 A letter to Sally Kurtz , the Catoctin District supervisor, requesting a stop sign at the top of Main Street by the Post Office.

2003 Bury the Wires and Tame the Traffic Report (October 2003)