HUNTER MILL DISTRICT TRANSPORTATION ADVISORY COUNCIL
The HMD TAC meets quarterly on community transportation issues. Topics include road and transit projects and programs (including Fairfax Connector and Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project), trails and sidewalks, legislative and funding information, and a comprehensive project status list. For additional information or to be added to the HMD TAC email list contact:
HMTAC Quarterly Meeting is July 26 at 8 a.m.
The next Hunter Mill Transportation Advisory Council (HMTAC) meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, July 26 at 8 a.m. The meeting will be virtual on Teams, use this link to join the meeting. You can also call 571-429-5982 and use Conference ID: 601 806 545#. Meeting agenda. For additional information or to be added to the HMTAC email list contact Shyamali Hauth
Hunter Mill District Transportation Updates
The Transportation Design Division Status Report provides the status of transportation projects from design stage to completion for the Hunter Mill District. If you have any questions contact Shyamali Hauth
Fairfax County provides public bus service, The Fairfax Connector including the Reston Internal Bus System (RIBS), that is operated by
MV Contract Transportation, Inc. WMATA also operates some public bus routes in the County.
Parking programs administered by FCDOT restrict parking certain types of vehicles and in residential neighborhoods.
Residential Permit Parking Districtsassist communities in controlling traffic and parking in area neighborhoods. This program assist neighborhoods with traffic calming options and parking restrictions.
Large Area Community Parking Districts (CPD) prohibit the parking of watercraft, motor homes, campers, trailers and other vehicles on public streets in residential areas. A CPD is established by petition or a large area application.
The Virginia Department of Transportation -VDOT owns and maintains our public roads and is responsible for clearing roads when it snows. VDOT's goal is to have all roads passable within 48 hours after a storm ends. Interstates, primary roads, and major secondary roads that connect localities, fire stations, employment hubs, schools, hospitals, and public facilities are plowed first. With a big storm, it may be several days before you see a plow on your residential street.