Fairfax County Commuter Services (FCCS)

Fairfax County, Virginia

CONTACT INFORMATION: Our office is open 8:00 AM-4:30 PM M-F

4050 Legato Road, Suite 400

Walter Daniel,
Program Manager

Transportation Demand Management (TDM)

About TDM

The goal of TDM is to make it easier to get around the county by reducing the number of cars on the road. Implementing TDM measures can reduce the number of car trips, whether they are personal or business-related. TDM programs in Fairfax County can include financial or other incentives to meet goals. The county actively helps support property owners, agents and tenants through outreach and coordination activities in order to meet goals. Fairfax County requires developers to encourage the use of transit, ridesharing, biking walking and other alternatives in order for their development plans to be approved. Various factors, such as accessibility to transit and type of development helps to define the level of TDM participation needed.

Basic Program Requirements

  • Designated On-site Transportation Coordinator
  • Ridesharing
  • Guaranteed Ride Home
  • Bike Amenities
  • TDM Web site
  • Information Distribution
  • Transit Incentives
  • Non-SOV Preferred Parking
  • Vanpool Accessible Parking and Drop-Off
  • Monitoring and Reporting to Fairfax County

Non-SOV Travel Options

  • Fairfax Connector
  • Metrobus/Metrorail
  • Virginia Railway Express (VRE)
  • Park and Ride Lots
  • Car/Van Pool
  • HOV Lanes
  • Commuting by Bike

Area Transportation Management Associations (TMAs)

Studies

  • Super NoVa Transit/TDM Vision Plan
  • DRPT I-95 and I-395 Transit/TDM Study