Four-Year Transportation Program
On July 10, 2012, the Board of Supervisors approved their Third Four-Year Transportation Program for FY 2013 through FY 2016. The Four-Year Transportation Program is designed to enhance mobility, promote and increase safety, and create choices for the commuting public with multi-modal projects that add capacity, reduce congestion, connect missing sidewalk and bicycle links, and provide safe access to transit facilities.
The Four-Year Transportation Program projects are funded with identified revenues including General Obligation Bonds programmed as part of the Capital Improvement Program. The total funding of $937 million for the Third Four-Year Transportation Program consists of the following sources:
- $237 million in Regional Surface Transportation Program and Federal Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality funds anticipated to be received by the county through FY2016
- $245 million in existing and proposed County General Obligation and Revenue Bonds
- $262 million in County Commercial and Industrial Tax revenues
- $193 million in federal and private sources.
Status Report on the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors’ Four-Year Transportation Program
The Status Report on the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors’ Four-Year Transportation Program is a biannual publication (June and December) by the Fairfax County Department of Transportation in consultation with their implementation partners in the Department of Public Works and Environmental Services, the Virginia Department of Transportation, and the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority. It provides updates on active projects, including projects from the previous Four-Year Programs and projects in Fairfax County funded by external sources (VDOT, MWAA, etc.).
You can view the most recent report here.
*Tips for reviewing the Status Report on the Board’s Third Four-Year Transportation Program*
The project status section report is organized by District
- Within each District the projects are listed in alphabetical order
Roads that are more commonly recognized by their route number are
listed by Route #
- For example, projects involving Leesburg Pike are labeled as Route 7 and would be found in the “Rs”
Interstate projects will be found in the “Is”
- These include: I-66, I-95, I-395, I-495
Each project is identified by type in the bottom left corner as one of
- INT = Interstate Project
- PRI = Primary Road (Rte. 1- 599)
- SEC = Secondary Road (Rte. 600+)
- TRAN = Transit Project
- PED/BIKE = Pedestrian and/or Bicycle Project
When searching for a project in the electronic document use “Ctrl+F” to
open the Find tool. You can use this tool to search for a project using
information you know.
- For example, you could use the tool to search for all pedestrian and/or bicycle projects by pressing “Ctrl+F” and typing in “ped/bike”
- This will allow you to find all pedestrian and/or bicycle projects in the report regardless of the district or route number
Project Status Report
organized by Route Number
- Projects not located along a road can be found at the end of the report and are designated with route number “XXXX”
- Interstate projects are listed after all of the projects on numbered routes because they are labeled I-66, I-95, I-395, and I-495
- Project Status Report Legend