Some more VA 28 notes from this morning, and to elaborate on what Mike posted:

- The new Willard Rd interchange is a SPUI.

- The interchange at SR 608/Frying Pan Rd still has a bit to go. Once done, it'll eliminate the only signal between VA 267/Dulles and US 50.

- What had been a right-in/right-out on the northbound side at Cedar Green Rd (between SR 846/Sterling Blvd and SR 625/Waxpool Rd) is now a "right-in" only. The "right-out" onto NB VA 28 has been blocked off.

- At Steeplechase Rd (north of SR 625), the traffic signal remains (this is the signal that Mike mentioned), but the median has been blocked off, effectively making this a signalized right-in/right-out on each side. The NB side is Steeplechase Rd, while the SB side is a parking lot for the Washington & Old Dominion Trail (which crosses over VA 28 just south of the intersection).

- The former intersection at Severn Way has been removed completely, with cul-de-sacs on either side.

- The interchange at Nokes Blvd is now open. It's a 7-ramp par-clo, missing a loop in the southeast quadrant.

- With the changes and 2 interchange openings over the summer...if you consider the unsignalized right-in/right-outs to be buttonhook ramps (which they sort of are), then there are three distinct segments of bona-fide freeway along VA 28: from SR 662/Westfields Blvd to SR 668/McLearen Rd (including the US 50 interchange), from Dulles Airport/VA 267 to SR 625/Waxpool Rd, and from Nokes Blvd to VA 7. Completion of the SR 608/Frying Pan Rd interchange will tie the first two together, making for a full freeway from south of US 50 to north of VA 267.