Fairfax Connector Celebrates 30th Anniversary, Offers Free Ride Day Sept. 29
Sept. 23, 2015
On Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2015, Fairfax Connector celebrates 30 years of serving the Fairfax County community. TheFairfax County Board of Supervisors recognized this milestone at their regular meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2015, as part of a proclamation encouraging residents to “Rethink Your Commute” and take advantage of the county’s numerous transportation options.
“Our vision is to provide a world class transportation system for Fairfax County that enhances the mobility of people and goods, the safety of our communities, and the quality of life of our residents.”said Tom Biesiadny, Director of Fairfax County Department of Transportation. “ Moreover, we are working to decrease congestion by increasing the use of transit, carpools, vanpools, biking, walking, telework and flexible work schedules. Fairfax Connector plays an important part in these efforts.”
To celebrate Fairfax Connector’s 30th anniversary, all passengers can ride Connector for free, system-wide, on Tuesday, Sept 29, 2015. For information on routes, schedules and tips for riding Connector, visit www.fairfaxconnector.com.
Fairfax Connector is the largest local bus system in the Northern Virginia region transporting 35,000 passengers on 84 routes daily. For more information about Connector service, visit www.fairfaxconnector.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 703-339-7200, TTY 711. You can also follow us on Twitter @ffxconnector and with #RethinkYourCommute, or like us on Facebook /fairfaxconnector.
Fairfax County Transportation Media Contact
Anna K. Nissinen, Public Information Officer
Direct: 703-877-5606, TTY 711
Cell: 571-446-9940, TTY 711
Media Pager: 703-324-NEWS (6397) (non-business hours)