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