Transportation in Fairfax County

Here is an opportunity to provide input about unfunded transportation projects in Fairfax County.

The Fairfax County Department of Transportation has created a survey to solicit responses from county citizens about the relative importance of various transportation projects. The survey contains a list of 214 unfunded projects that are needed in Fairfax County. New state and regional funding is available for transportation projects, and the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors would like to know which of these projects are most important to you. Help prioritize these projects by selecting up to three (3) projects in each of the five categories (Interchange, Roadway Extension, Roadway Spot Improvement, Roadway Widening, Transit) in Part I, and by selecting up to five (5) projects in Part II (Bicycle and Pedestrian projects).

Please note that the number to the left of the projects is used only as a Project ID, and does not reflect any sort of prioritization, rating or ranking. The Project ID number corresponds to the projects in the interactive online map, where you can pull up more information about each project.

Before you take this survey, please visit the Countywide Dialogue on Transportation (CDOT) web site (http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/fcdot/cdot/) to view the list of unfunded transportation projects in Fairfax County. The web site provides a map of each project site and a description of each road, transit or bicycle/pedestrian improvement. You may want to note the Project ID number for the projects that are most important to you, so you can find them easily in the survey. The survey includes only the project name and ID number, not the project description.

The survey can be found here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/DGPZVQV

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