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 How Should We Invest
Regional Transportation Funds?
Time to Be Heard 

The Northern Virginia Transportation Authority wants to know how YOU think it should invest the estimated $352 million in regional funds available through Fiscal Year (FY) 2016 to fund a FY2015-2016 Two Year Program. The Authority has compiled a list of projects ranging from significant highway improvements in Loudoun and Prince William County and a power upgrade in Virginia to support 8-car metro trains to transit signal prioritization and a new Metro station entrance in Ballston. (For a complete list of projects being considered, click here.)

To get public feedback on these projects as well as other options, the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority is holding:

               Date/Time: March 25th Open House and Public Hearing
                                     Open House - 6:00 p.m.
                                     Presentation - 7:00 p.m.
                                     Public Hearing - Immediately after Presentation

                Location:    Northern Virginia Transportation Authority
                                     3040 Williams Drive, Suite 200
                                     Fairfax, VA 22031

Persons not able to attend the March 25 public hearing can submit comments to:TwoYearProgram@thenovaauthority.org

Comments may be submitted via email through April 12, 2015

The objective of this Public Comment period is to seek comment on projects proposed to be funded in the FY2015-2016 Two Year ProgramClick here for additional information.


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2013  What You Need to Know about Transportation Seminar
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2011 Survey of Metropolitan Washington Area Transportation Professionals on
Regional Transportation Priorities - Final Report

2011: Virginia's Transportation Funding Crisis (UVA Weldon Cooper Center)
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  Fact: 82% of all daily trips in this area are by automobile, 11% by walking or bicycle and 7% by bus or rail.
Fact: Fairfax, Loudoun and Prince William are Virginia’s top three largest counties.
Fact: The combined population within Loudoun and Prince William counties’ borders (849,000) nearly equals  that within the borders of the District of Columbia and Arlington County (860,000).