Fairfax Connector

Fairfax County, Virginia

CONTACT INFORMATION: Our call center is open 5AM-10PM M-F, 7AM-9PM Sat-Sun

TTY 711

4050 Legato Road, Suite 400, Fairfax, VA 22033

Dwayne Pelfrey,

Fairfax Connector Transit Strategic Plan

We apologize for errors in a brochure that was recently mailed to Fairfax County households regarding an online survey to provide feedback on Fairfax Connector bus service. Please find the corrected information at the link below. We look forward to hearing from you! (1/12/2021)

Help shape the future of bus service in Fairfax County!

Fairfax County Department of Transportation (FCDOT) continually evaluates bus service on Fairfax Connector to ensure responsiveness to the needs of the public. Outreach on the ten-year Transit Strategic Plan (TSP) is beginning and FCDOT wants to partner with you to create a bus system that works for everyone. We are developing a plan for future Fairfax Connector bus service and are now asking for your feedback.

Comments and ideas will be accepted until February 19, 2021. While our online community input meetings have passed, you can still take an online survey to provide your comments on Fairfax Connector bus service throughout the county.

Take the Survey Now toma la encuesta ahora


The TSP is a county-wide review of bus service and a plan for future service. FCDOT encourages residents to engage and share their ideas and concerns for the future of the Fairfax Connector bus system.The TSP incorporates outreach results from short-term, sub-area studies that are being conducted in: Herndon-Reston; Franconia-Springfield; Centreville-Chantilly-Vienna-Tysons (CCVT); and Huntington (part of the Richmond Highway BRT project).  

To enhance outreach to all communities in Fairfax County, FCDOT has produced a direct mail brochure translated into Spanish, Korean, Vietnamese, Arabic, Chinese, Hindi, Amharic, Farsi, Urdu, and Tagolog that will be mailed to every resident in Fairfax County in January 2021.







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