Seven Corners Connectivity

Seven Corners Connectivity Group

Project Goals/Objectives 

Review the overall connectivity of the area, including pedestrian, bicycle, and transit. Develop recommendations, which may include solutions that can be implemented in the shorter term, as well as identify longer term needs. The outcome of this effort will be a report to be reviewed and incorporated into the recommendations of the Seven Corners Task Force. 

Meeting Agenda

December 18, 2012
6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Location: Supervisor’s Office at the Mason District Government Center

  1. Administrative
    1. Approval of meeting minutes from November 15th meeting
    2. Presentation of Connectivity Group Product to the Seven Corners Task Force
  2. Focus Topic: Improving Pedestrian Connectivity
    1. Introduction of Chris Wells, Pedestrian Coordinator, Fairfax County DOT
    2. Brief overview of existing pedestrian facilities - Map
    3. Recap of recent pedestrian improvements
    4. Items in 2007 Transportation Bond related to Seven Corners
    5. Potential pedestrian improvements at the interchange
    6. Top Connectivity Group Pedestrian Connectivity Concerns
    7. Questions/Discussions
  3. Future meetings: third Tuesday of each month
    1. January 15th, 2013 (Prioritization of Improvements)
    2. February 19th, 2013
    3. March 19th, 2013
    4. April 16th, 2013


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