Fairfax County is updating and combining the Bicycle Master Plan and the Countywide Trails Plan into the ActiveFairfax Transportation Plan. Active transportation means self-propelled, mostly human-powered travel including walking, biking, rolling (scooter, wheelchair, stroller), hiking, running, and riding for transportation and recreational purposes. The plan will establish a vision and a roadmap for implementation of safe, convenient, and enjoyable streets and trails in Fairfax County.
On May 10, 2022, the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors unanimously endorsed the Safe Streets for All Program, a comprehensive initiative to address systemic transportation safety issues for people walking, biking and using other forms of active transportation.
For more information about the ActiveFairfax Transportation Plan, contact the Active Transportation Team by sending an email at email@example.com or calling 703-877-5600, TTY 711.
The project launched in the summer of 2020 and is expected to be complete by the summer of 2024. The project has been split into two district phases:
Fairfax County is continuing its efforts to prioritize transportation for all with its launch of the ActiveFairfax Transportation Plan. Active transportation is self-propelled, human-powered travel including activities such as walking, biking, rolling (scooter/wheelchair/stroller), hiking, running and riding.
Through collaboration with partners across the region, the ActiveFairfax Transportation Plan will:
The ActiveFairfax Transportation Plan will build off of and combine recommendations from the following documents:
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