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Fairfax County Wants Your Bus Opinions

by Karen Goff — September 11, 2014 at 1:00 pm 1 Comment

Bus bay at Wiehle-Reston EastThe Fairfax County Department of Transportation is working on a new Comprehensive Transit Plan (CTP), a 10-year aspirational plan for Fairfax Connector and Metrobus service within the County. The CTP builds on the County’s 2009 Transit Development Plan (TDP) and will extend its 10-year plan’s horizon year from 2020 to 2025.

The county hopes to have the next draft organized in 2015, but is reaching out to the community now to get input on bus service.

From the county:

This plan will be supported by information collected through an extensive outreach effort, Connections 2015. We want you to help us develop the next 10-year plan through participation in Connections 2015. Your ideas and suggestions will help us develop bus service recommendations and an implementation plan.

We will be collecting feedback from County residents, workers, and visitors from Sept. 9 through Oct. 14. We will use your input to help us develop draft recommendations that will be released to the public for comment in the spring of 2015. Your input is an important element in crafting the recommendations for improving bus service so that the plan can better reflect your needs.

Take the Connections 2015 Survey

There will also be a community workshop in Reston on Monday, Sept. 22. The meeting is at 6:30 p.m. at Southgate Community Center, 2125 Pinecrest Rd.

For more info on the Connections 2015 project:

  • YL

    Please, any bus that goes over the American Legion Bridge to help alleviate the gridlock

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