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The Moyers Team, Northern Virginia Residential Real Estate Agents

Maryanne Moyers:
Associate Broker
Long & Foster Realtors (Stafford & Fredericksburg Offices)
1910 William Street
Fredericksburg, VA. 22401
Cell: 540-379-7359
Office: 540-371-5220
e-mail: maryanne.moyers@gmail.com

Dwayne Moyers:
Realtor
Long & Foster Realtors (Woodbridge Office)
13875 Hedgewood Drive
Woodbridge, VA. 22193
Cell: 540-446-6284
Office: 703-986-5857
e-mail: MoyersTeam@gmail.com

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Fairfax County Transportation and Commuting Services

Fairfax County County Transportation and Commuting Services

Supporting the largest transportation network in Virginia requires connections for commuters.  Fairfax County transportation and commuting services accomplishes this through the options listed here.

  1. Washington Metro provides rail and bus service in the northern region of Fairfax County.  Metro provides rail stations at Franconia/Springfield, West Falls Church, Vienna/Fairfax/George Mason University, Huntington, and Merrifield/Dunn Loring on the Orange, Blue, & Yellow Lines. The Silver Line extends from East Falls Church to Washington Dulles Airport. When completed it will have 11 stations to serve the areas of Tysons Corner, Reston, and Herndon in Western Fairfax County. The last stop at the Silver Line will be next to the Brambleton master planned community south of Leesburg and north of Aldie and South Riding in Loudoun County. Metrobus connects riders from Metrorail to neighborhood stops in Alexandria, Annandale, Burke, Bailey’s Crossroads, Fort… Continue reading

Commuting and Transportation in Stafford County

Commuting and Transportation in Stafford County

If anyone tells you the commute from Stafford County to Northern Virginia and Washington, D. C. is hassle free you should find another source for your commuting strategy. The traffic network in this region is 30 years behind current demand. Stafford County and surrounding jurisdictions have the unique distinction of having a higher priority on commuting than neighborhood schools when it comes to items of importance for the majority of home buyers. When you arrive in our region to search for a home, there is no better source for selecting the right mode of transportation than the people you will be working with at your new job assignment. The information and links on this page will help you connect to the right commuting option after workplace intelligence has made up your mind on which mode of travel you will use.

The view of Interstate 95 north bound traffic at Garrisonville Road (Route 630) in Stafford County.

Interstate 95 at Exit… Continue reading

Spotsylvania County Commuting Services

Spotsylvania County Commuting Services

  • Fredericksburg Regional Transit
  • The FRED offers shuttle service to area Virginia Railway Express stations from the Gordon Road Commuter Lot and Salem Church Crossing Commuter Lot in Spotsylvania County. Click on the Fredericksburg Regional Transit link for bus routes and schedules for Stafford County, Fredericksburg, Mary Washington University, and Spotsylvania County for local bus service.
  • Virginia Railway Express
  • The Fredericksburg Line of Virginia Railway Express has stops at the Downtown Fredericksburg Station at 200 Lafayette Boulevard Fredericksburg, Virginia 22401; and Spotsylvania Station at 9442 Crossroads Parkway Fredericksburg, Virginia 22408. This commuter rail station is off of U. S. Bypass 17 (Mills Road) and Benchmark Road at Crossroads Station. This is 5 miles south of the downtown area of Fredericksburg. There are 1,482 parking spaces for commuters.
  • Martz National Coach Works The Martz Group of Virginia offers bus service from Spotsylvania County and… Continue reading

Building the Outer Beltway in Northern Virginia

The Prince William County-Loudoun County Parkway (Bi-County Parkway)

The North-South Corridor Master Plan includes the Bi-County Parkway extending Route 234 from Interstate 66 to in Prince William County to Route 50 and Northstar Boulevard in Loudoun County. Often referred to as the “Outer Beltway” by opponents, the project is designed as a north-south transportation alternative to Routes 28 & 15. The Prince William Chamber of Commerce and the Northern Virginia Transportation Alliance support this project. The planned improvements to U. S. Route 1 in Prince William County and the Town of Dumfries should help the increased traffic from Route 234 (Ronald Wilson Reagan Memorial Highway) if the connection is built between Loudoun County and Prince William County.

Opposition stories to the Bi-County Parkway are in Northern Virginia media outlets every week as a group protesting against its construction continues to pressure local leaders to stop the Virginia Transportation Board and… Continue reading

Courthouse Road Interchange Plans

Courthouse Road Interchange Plans

New Stafford Courthouse Interchange Plans Unveiled – The News Desk

Public Meeting News and Links (Courthouse Road Expansion and Interstate 95 Interchange).

Public Meeting Brochure – September 29, 2015 (Courthouse Road Expansion Project) Estimated costs: $35,966,920.

Public Meeting Brochure – September 29. 2015 (Interstate 95 and Route 630 Interchange Project) Estimated costs: $149,462,063.

We attended the Courthouse Road interchange reconstruction public meeting at Colonial Forge High School. The plans were preliminary as the project is still in the planning phase. The issues which created the most concern are listed below.

(1) The plan requires eminent domain of several businesses, including McDonald’s near the current Interstate 95 exchange with Courthouse Road (Route 630) to make space for one of two new commuter lots. The current commuter lot will be razed for highway construction, and the commuter lots on Courthouse Road, and Austin Ridge Drive will add… Continue reading

Improving Northern Virginia Transportation

Improving Northern Virginia Transportation | The Moyers Team

The Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation has begun a study for transportation needs in Northern Virginia in 2040.  This plan is known as the Super NoVa Transit and Transportation Demand Management Vision Plan.  The study will focus on already stressed public transportation options, and find transportation enhancements for local, express, rapid, and priority bus services; guide way (streetcar), light rail, heavy rail, commuter rail, and intercity passenger rail.  The Northern Virginia area will be redefined by this study to include Caroline County (south), Culpeper County (west), and Frederick County (northwest). As a lifelong resident of Northern Virginia I understand the need for this study. The Northern Virginia transportation network is outdated.  Northern Virginia residents are now seeing construction of current transportation projects which should have been in place… Continue reading