Chairman Sharon Bulova
12000 Government Center Parkway,
Phone: 703.324.2321, TTY 711
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Approves Metro Station Access and Roadway Improvements
May 14, 2013 – Today, Chairman Sharon Bulova led the Board in approving a number of important transportation projects and funding agreements, including Metrorail station access improvements in Tysons and Reston as well as the Jones Branch Connector, the top priority for Tysons-wide roadway improvements.
County Board of Supervisors Moves Forward on Federal Loan to Help Pay for
One Third of Dulles Rail Project
May 14, 2013 – “The opportunity for a TIFIA loan is a huge benefit for the Silver Line project,” said Chairman Sharon Bulova “It will keep costs affordable for motorists using the Dulles Toll Road and help both Fairfax and Loudoun Counties with our funding plans. I thank Secretary Ray LaHood for his personal involvement in making the Silver Line happen.”
Office Seeking Interns for Fall 2013
May 6, 2013 – The Office of the Fairfax County Chairman of the Board of Supervisors is seeking unpaid interns for the fall. Chairman Sharon Bulova is looking for student interns interested in politics and government who would like the opportunity to get first-hand experience with local government in the largest county in Virginia.
Bulova Says Intolerance in Fairfax County Unacceptable
May 2, 2013 – The Boston Marathon bombings and recent reports in the media of an alleged attack on a Muslim American in Fairfax County have raised the issue of anti-Islamic sentiment and intolerance in the community.
County Board of Supervisors Adopts FY 2014 Budget
April 30, 2013 – Today, the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors adopted the FY2014 budget. This Budget reflects the difficult struggle Fairfax County has had in order to maintain our excellent quality of life during a prolonged and sluggish recovery from the Great Recession.
This month's Byline includes information on Tysons, Rail to Dulles, the Evolution of Transportation event this summer, and more!
The Board of Supervisors adopted the Fiscal Year 2013 Budget on May 1, 2012, and the FY2012 Carryover Package on September 11.
Chairman Bulova created the Private Energy Task Force to bring together prominent members of the Fairfax County business community and academia to create a new energy strategy.
By 2050, Tysons Corner will be transformed into a walkable, green urban center based on a plan approved by the Board of Supervisors that updates the land use plan and zoning ordinance for Tysons.
Fairfax County has cooperative relationships with a number of cities around the world.
The Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project is a 23-mile extension of the Metrorail’s Orange Line that will connect Tysons Corner, Reston, Herndon and Washington Dulles International Airport to the rest of the DC metro region.
The 95 Express Lanes Project is an innovative plan to help alleviate traffic problems experienced by Fairfax County commuters.
The 495 Express Lanes Project is an innovative plan to help alleviate traffic problems experienced by Fairfax County commuters.