2018 Traffic Calming Overview


On 08/02/2018, the PHCA Traffic Calming Committee was informed that the ballot count for Pimmit Drive (South) is complete. A majority of the voters, 75.3%, voted in favor of the proposed traffic calming measures.


Community balloted and approved speed hump locations?


  • 1930 Pimmit Dr and FCPA property

  • 2003 Pimmit Dr and 1944 Anderson Rd

  • 2023 and 2024 Pimmit Dr

  • 2103 and 2104 Pimmit Dr

  • 2133 and 2134 Pimmit Dr


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2017 FCDOT Traffic Study Results:

Total Volume 5,158
Northbound Average Speed 32 mph
Southbound Average Speed
 30 mph
Northbound 85th Percentile Speed  37 mph
Southbound 85th Percentile Speed  35 mph

Road Eligibility Criteria:
  • Local or Collector Road
  • 25 mph posted speed limit
  • Not primarily for commercial/industrial
  • Minimum 12 dwellings per thousand feet
Qualifications for acceptance into traffic calming program:
  • Local or Collector Road
  • Posted Speed Limit: 25 mph
  • Average speed of 30mph or 85th percentile speed of 35mph
  • Volume between 600-6000 vehicles a day.
FCDOT 2017 Traffic Calming Study Summary: 
FCDOT 2017 Traffic Calming Study Detail Reports:
Speed Hump Information

2014 FCDOT Traffic Study Results:

Total Volume 2254
Eastbound Average Speed  29 mph
Westbound Average Speed  29 mph
Eastbound 85th Percentile Speed  35 mph
Westbound 85th Percentile Speed  36 mph

Posted Speed Limit: 25 mph
Qualifications for acceptance into traffic calming program:
- Average speed of 30mph or 85th percentile speed of 35pmh
- Volume between 600-6000 vehicles a day. 


Who should I contact for additional questions?

Click here for more detailed information provided by Fairfax County on the traffic calming process. For specific questions, please contact PHCA’s Traffic Calming Committee at traffic@pimmithills.org.


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