Regional Priorities and Prioritization
Learn What's Being Done to Ensure New Transportation Funds Are Well-Invested

Register now for:

What You Need to Know about Transportation Priorities & Prioritization
(aka: 10th Annual What You Need to Know about Transportation Seminar)

Tuesday, September 30, 2014
4:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Capital One Auditorium
1680 Capital One Drive, McLean, VA
(Adjacent to the new McLean Silver Line Station)

This year's theme is Regional Priorities and Prioritization and the program will include presentations on prioritization of Virginia's Six-Year Improvement, Rating Northern Virginia Projects for Congestion Reduction, I-66, Metro's most important strategic investments, the status of major Northern Virginia highway projects, and VRE's priority list.

Topics and Speakers include:

  • View from the Top - Virginia Transportation Secretary Aubrey L. Layne, Jr.
  • Virginia's New Transportation Prioritization (HB 2) Process - Virginia Deputy Transportation Secretary Nick Donohue
  • What's the Fix and When for I-66 - Virginia Department of Transportation Commissioner Charlie Kilpatrick
  • Metro's Top Momentum Priorities - WMATA General Manager and CEO Richard Sarles
  • Key Regional Highway Projects Status Report - VDOT Northern Virginia District Administrator Helen Cuervo
  • Identification of Northern Virginia's Top Congestion Reduction Investments - VDOT Northern Virginia Deputy District Administrator Renee Hamilton
  • How Hampton Roads Identified Its Projects of Greatest Regional Significance - Hampton Roads Transportation Planning Organization Interim Executive Director Camelia Ravanbakht, PhD
  • VRE System Plan 2040 - Virginia Railway Express CEO Doug Allen
  • Northern Virginia Transportation Authority Next Steps - Authority Member Hal Parrish (Mayor, City of Manassas)

No challenge is more important to Virginia's future than transportation. And no program will provide more insight as to what's being done and needs to be done to ensure new state and regional dollars are invested wisely.

Ticket prices are $50 for Alliance members; $65 for non-members. For student ticket discount or other information contact the Alliance:

Sponsorship opportunities are still available.To register and for more information on sponsorships, click here.

ECS Mid-Atlantic, LLC
Shirley Contracting Company, LLC
Trip II (Dulles Greenway)

Washington Airports Task Force

AAA Mid-Atlantic - Bowman ConsultingBranch Highways, Inc.
Brandywine Realty Trust - christopher consultants
Commonwealth Consultants - Dewberry - Gorove / Slade
Guernsey - HHMI, Janelia Research Campus
Loudoun County Economic Development - 95 Express Lanes
Parsons BrinckerhoffShockey Precast - Superior Paving
VolkertWalsh Colucci Lubeley & Walsh

*as of September 24, 2014
Follow the links to learn more about our Patrons and Sponsors

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2013  What You Need to Know about Transportation Seminar
For presentation summaries click here.
Use the Find us on Facebook link on this page for pictures of the event.

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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10th Annual What You Need to Know about Transportation Seminar
September 30, 2014


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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).