Fairfax County Bicycle Program
Latest News and Updates
- Proposed Southrun Road Bike Lanes - Comments Accepted Through May 27
- Vienna Metrorail Bicycle Access Study Community Meeting Set for June 16
- Little River Turnpike Study - Comments Accepted Through July 31
- Bikeshare Locations Selected in Tysons and Reston
- Bikeshare Seeking Fairfax County station recommendations - pin your desired location today!
- Bike and Pedestrian Projects Approved for Silver Line, North County Commuters
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Metrorail Silver Line Access Improvement Projects
See the plans to improve access to Metro stations in Tysons and Reston.
Fairfax Phone App
On the go? No problem! Learn how to download Bike Fairfax on your smart phone.
Did you know that all Fairfax Connector buses are equipped with front mounted bike racks? Take your bike with you when taking the bus!
East Station Bike Room
Don't miss out, sign up to be a member of this secure facility!
Lockers for Rent
Now available at Burke and Backlick Road VRE Stations; and Reston South, Herndon-Monroe and Sunset Hills Park and Ride lots.
- Bike to Work Day (Friday May 20, 2016)
Encourage a more welcoming atmosphere for bicycling employees, customers and the community
Get rewarded for bicycling! Compete against coworkers, friends and family, earn points and win prizes.
Projects and Initiatives
- Reston and Tysons Bikeshare
- Braddock District Bike Lanes
- Mason District Bike Lanes
- Vienna Metrorail Bicycle Access Study
- VDOT 2016 Northern Virginia Summer Repaving Program Map (Interactive)
- More projects >
- VDOT Summer 2015 Repaving Program Archive for Fairfax County Projects
- Fairfax County Bicycle Parking Guidelines
- Fairfax County Bicycle Master Plan
- Bicycle Safety and Helmets
In 2006 the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors approved the comprehensive bicycle initiative, a program committed to making Fairfax County bicycle friendly. Four primary components of this initiative include the following: creating a county bicycle route map, establishing a full-time staff position devoted to bicycle facility coordination, planning, and implementation, examining roads and streets that may accommodate on-road bike lanes with minimal reconstruction and establishing a pilot program for an interconnected bicycling network. Program responsibilities have been assigned to the Fairfax County Department of Transportation.