123: Connecting Washington, DC to Woodbridge, VA

Source: Google Maps

123 is a great route if you are trying to avoid I-495, I-395, or I-95. It is also a thoroughfare that runs through McLean, Tysons Corner, Vienna, Oakton, Fairfax, Occoquan, and Woodbridge. 123 is accessible from major routes including the George Washington Parkway, Dulles Toll Road, I-495, Leesburg Pike (Route 7), I-66, US-50, Route 236, Braddock Road, I-95, and US-1.

123 runs for 29.0 miles from the Maryland/Virginia/DC border all the way down to Woodbridge, VA in Prince William County. The estimated time to get from DC to Woodbridge via 123 is approximately an hour.

Tip: Commuting from Downtown Washington, DC to Woodbridge, VA

During the work-week, many commuters take I-395/95 from Washington, DC to get home in the evening. This can be a pain during rush hour especially between Newington and Woodbridge on I-95. The following route may be able to cut some time out of your evening commute.

On I-95 Southbound

  1. Take exit 166B and head south for 0.03 miles towards the Fairfax County Parkway/State Route 617
  2. Merge onto the Fairfax County Parkway/State Route 617 and drive for 1.6 miles
  3. Continue onto VA-638 N/Rolling Road for 0.4 miles
  4. Take the VA-7100 N/Fairfax County Parkway ramp on the right and continue on the parkway for 1.9 miles
  5. Take the Pohick Road/VA 641 S exit towards Hooes Road
  6. Continue straight for 0.1 miles and then turn LEFT onto Seabrook Lane (this immediate turn into Hooes Road)
  7. Continue on Hooes Road for 2.8 miles then turn RIGHT onto Furnace Road.
  8. Drive for 0.2 miles then turn LEFT onto Ox Road/123 and continue for 3.5 miles until you reach US 1 in Woodbridge, Virginia

Source: Google Maps

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