The goal of the project is to improve traffic flow and the local road network by extending Glenn Drive to Cedar Green Road and providing a four-lane connection between Davis Drive and Cedar Green Road. The project also includes sidewalks along the north side of Cedar Green, from Shaw Road to Davis Drive.
Also included in the project were improvements to Shaw Road. These improvements to the local road network are based on Loudoun County's Comprehensive Plan, which calls for Cedar Green, Shaw Road, Glenn Drive and Davis Drive to be four-lane undivided local roadways.
Design and construction of these improvements, about 4,200 feet in length, were funded by the county at a cost of $9 million. Construction, which began in August 2014, was administered by the Virginia Department of Transportation under the Route 28 Public-Private Transportation Act and will be maintained by VDOT after completion.