Reston Network Analysis
Project News and Updates
Reston Funding Plan Community Meeting Set for June 27
FCDOT will host the next community meeting for the Reston Funding Plan on Monday, June 27, 2016, 7-9 p.m., at the North County Government Center, 1801 Cameron Glen Drive, Reston. The program will include discussion on the status of the Funding Plan, coordination and work completed with the Reston Network Analysis Group, and potential sources of revenue.
The Reston Network Analysis Advisory Group met at the Reston Community Center Lake Anne (located in the Lake Anne Village Center - 1609 Washington Plaza, Reston) on Monday, June 20, 2016, at 7 p.m. The meeting included a status update to the funding plan.
The Reston Network Analysis Stakeholders Group last met on Wednesday, March 30, 10 a.m., at the Fairfax County Department of Transportation conference rooms, 4050 Legato Road, 4th Floor, Fairfax, 22033. The agenda included discussing Tier 2 mitigation.
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Project Background and Resources
The Purpose of the network analysis, as directed by the Board of Supervisors, is to evaluate the conceptual grids of streets and road elements at gateways to the Reston Transit Station Areas (TSAs), which would result in traffic flowing at acceptable conditions while maintaining a walkable grid of streets. The end result should be TSA street networks that are cost effective, and require the minimum right-of-way, with the least negative impacts to adjacent properties and the environment and take into consideration the provisions of the Reston Phase I Master Plan. These improvements will mitigate problem locations in the three TSAs. Click on the image below to expand.