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Focused on relieving congestion and improving quality of life for Northern Virginians, the Authority is advancing 106 regionally significant, multimodal projects, totaling nearly $2.5 billion in transportation investments for Northern Virginia’s transportation network.
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.
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On Wednesday, August 26, 2020, NVTA joined the City of Falls Church and NOVA Parks to celebrate the start of construction on a nearly 1.5 mile-long segment of the W&OD Trail, impacting the region at large.
To address congestion on the busy Trail, which has seen an influx of even more users over the past six months due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the ”Dual Trails” improvements will feature dedicated parallel paths for pedestrians and cyclists. Separating the users will greatly improve mobility and accommodate the new level of use. A two-foot median between an eight-foot walking path and an 11-foot cycling path will be constructed, separating trail users traveling at different speeds, resulting in both capacity and safety improvements.
A press release on the groundbreaking ceremony and project can be found here.
In the News
Tysons Reporter covers the W&OD Trail Enhancements Groundbreaking in the City of Falls Church and how the project will benefit the region. (Check out the coverage here: "Groundbreaking Kicks Off W&OD Dual Trails Project in Falls Church")
Remember to check out our Events Calendar below for updates on all upcoming virtual meetings!
NVTA Adopts $539M Funding Program to Reduce Congestion Throughout Region!
On the evening of July 9th, the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority adopted the FY2020-2025 Six Year Program, the Authority’s fifth funding program and the most competitive to date. With the adoption of the FY2020-2025 Six Year Program, and implementation of its four previous funding programs, the Authority is advancing 106 regional multimodal transportation projects, totaling nearly $2.5 billion, for congestion reduction throughout the region. Learn more!
In the News
WDVM-TV reports on how the NVTA has been able to preserve all project funding through 2023. (Watch the story here: "COVID-19 isn't stopping Northern Va's traffic decongestion projects")
**UPDATE** NVTA Staff Telework Continues Until Further Notice
In order to take COVID-19 precautions, and given Governor Northam's Stay at Home Order outlined in Executive Order Fifty-Five, NVTA staff telework will continue until further notice. Should you need to reach NVTA staff, please contact team members via email or on their mobile phones. Contact information can be found here.
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Did You Know?
The Authority is currently funding five Bus Rapid Transit projects in Northern Virginia ... Envision Route 7, Richmond Highway BRT, the West End Transitway, Duke Street Transitway and the Pentagon City Transitway Extension projects. Read more about these projects, 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 3, 2020 - September 21, 2020
|VDOT Accepting Public Comments: Proposed Limited Access Control Change for Prince William Pkwy and University Blvd Interchange|
September 15, 2020 - September 22, 2020
|Sept. 22nd Virtual Meeting (*sign up/review materials in advance): Evergreen Mills Road Realignment - Reservoir Road and Watson Road|
September 22, 2020
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
|Loudoun to Hold Virtual Public Meeting on Evergreen Mills Road Project|
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