Transportation Advisory Commission to Present Annual Transportation Achievement Award
July 10, 2009
The Transportation Advisory Commission (TAC) will present its annual Transportation Achievement Award to Leonard Wolfenstein on Monday, July 13, during the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors regularly scheduled meeting. Wolfenstein is chief of the Transportation Planning Section for the Fairfax County Department of Transportation (FCDOT).
The award is given for exceptional performance within the scope of assigned duties and contributions that advance the objectives of the county transportation plan. Wolfenstein was selected based on his efforts to enhance the quality of life for Fairfax County residents and others who travel on Fairfax County roads every day, by planning transportation facilities that minimize community disruption and environmental impacts.
Wolfenstein has been the FCDOT project manager for the Tysons Land Use and Urban Design Study for the past five years. His responsibilities encompass:
- Managing and administrating transportation analysis associated with the Tysons Land Use and Urban Design Study.
- Providing support to the Tysons Task Force in all matters concerning transportation.
- Providing support to the Tysons Task Force Transportation Subcommittee.
As chief of the FCDOT Transportation Planning Section, Wolfenstein is responsible for transportation planning activities that include areawide studies in Annandale, Baileys Crossroads and Springfield; transportation modeling activities; transportation analysis associated with comprehensive plan amendments and updates; corridor studies; and the prioritization of county transportation needs.
The Transportation Advisory Commission provides advice, information and recommendations to the Board of Supervisors on major county transportation issues, planning and programming.
For more information about the award or the commission, contact Bob Owolabi, Fairfax County Department of Transportation, 703-877-5662, TTY 711.
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