Focused on relieving congestion and improving quality of life for Northern Virginians, the Authority is advancing 94 regionally significant, multimodal projects, totaling more than $1.975 billion in transportation investments for Northern Virginia’s transportation network.
On July 1, the Authority’s Chairman and several Authority members joined the Town of Hillsboro to celebrate the Groundbreaking of the Route 9 Traffic Calming Project. This project is the first of our newly adopted Six Year Program to break ground!
The Northern Virginia Transportation Authority is a regional body that is focused on delivering real transportation solutions and value for Northern Virginia’s transportation dollars by bringing Northern Virginia jurisdictions and agencies together to prioritize projects and implement solutions.
On August 26, 2019, NVTA co-hosted a groundbreaking event with the City of Falls Church, celebrating the start of the West Falls Church and Joint Campus Revitalization District Multimodal Transportation Improvement Project . Learn more here.
Call for Projects
We're excited to kick off July with an official Call for Regional Transportation Projects for FY2024 and FY 2025 regional revenue consideration as part of the Six Year Program Update! By this time next year, we expect to allocate at least $400 million towards projects across the NoVA region when the Six Year Program Update is adopted in June 2020. Please check out additional details in the first of a series of short videos that will keep you informed about the Six Year Program Update review process, each step of the way.
Did You Know?
The Authority’s Executive Director, Monica Backmon, established a Transportation Technology Committee (TTC), and meeting highlights can be found in our Driven by InNoVation newsletter. See the latest recap here.
NVTA In the News
On July 14, 2019, the Washington Post (Sunday Edition) published an article about I-66 Outside the Beltway work advancements and other smaller projects along the corridor. NVTA had made project funding recommendations for the $500 million concessionaire payment. NVTA Executive Director, Monica Backmon, is quoted in the piece found here.
Did You Know?
You can view a compilation of our newsletters all in one place. Visit our website's News & Media Center to check out previous editions of NVTA Update and Driven by InNoVation!
On June 13, 2019, NVTA co-hosted a groundbreaking event with Fairfax County and VDOT, celebrating the start of the Route 7 (Leesburg Pike) improvements project in the Tysons corridor. Learn more here.
Current Programs & Projects
30% Local Distribution Fund Projects
Each year, the Authority distributes 30% of its revenues to the member localities in which the taxes and fees are raised. So far, member localities have used their 30% revenues for projects like bus operation expenses, Capital Bikeshare and pedestrian improvements.
Regional Transportation Projects
Check out our interactive project information map for details on the transportation projects NVTA funds throughout the region! The map displays all projects funded with 70% regional funds in all four of the Authority’s funding programs to date [FY2014, FY2015-16, FY2017 and FY2018-2023 Six Year Program].
The Authority is responsible for developing and updating the long range regional transportation plan for Northern Virginia, currently TransAction. This long range transportation plan is used to evaluate and prioritize the funding of transportation projects in Northern Virginia.
Events & Meetings
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September 17, 2019
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
RICHMOND HIGHWAY- BRT PUBLIC INFORMATION MEETING
Bryant High School (Gym), Alexandria
September 19, 2019
Finance Committee Meeting
NVTA Offices, Fairfax Virginia
September 23, 2019
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Route 28 Widening Design Public Hearing
Centreville Elementary School, Centreville VA
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