Sunday, May 6, 2018

Tell NVTA to Prioritize Multimodal Transportation Funding

The Northern Virginia Transportation Authority released a draft plan for $1 billion in transportation funding over the next 6 years and is currently seeking public input. This is a great opportunity to speak out for funding better bicycling in Northern Virginia.
Sixty transportation projects from around the region were submitted for NVTA’s 6-year plan. Several are Fairfax area projects that would expand biking, walking, and transit access across our region and help enhance transportation choices. Some of these projects include:  

Click here for a full list of the candidate projects.

Your help is needed to urge the NVTA to prioritize multimodal projects for Northern Virginia. Please consider emailing comments to NVTA at . The comment period runs through May 20. Copying key NVTA members of local jurisdictions is helpful too. They include: 
  • Chairman Sharon Bulova, Fairfax County Board of Supervisors (
  • David Meyer, Mayor of the City of Fairfax (
  • David Snyder, Council member of the City of Falls Church (

You can also help by attending the NVTA public hearing this Thursday and speaking up in favor of key multimodal projects. The hearing will be held at 7pm, May 10, at the NVTA offices, 3040 Williams Drive, Suite 200, Fairfax.

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