Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Faces of Fairfax - Eric Assur

Eric Assur stopped at the Fairfax City pitstop on Bike to Work Day and spoke to FABB about his long history of using his bike to commute to work. He told us that he started biking to work when his family moved to Fairfax in 1976. Eric lives in Fairfax Villa, just a few miles away from his job at the county courthouse. One of the benefits for the Assur family was that the family was able to get rid of one of its cars because he could ride his bike to work.

FABB is aware that as Fairfax County continues to grow, the challenges to the mobility, affordability, and environmental quality of our neighborhoods will mount. We are promoting the expansion of the role of bicycles within the existing structure of cars, public transportation, and other modes of travel to help keep Fairfax economically competitive with more livable neighborhoods.

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