For Immediate Release
August 2, 2022
Fairfax County seeks input from the public to help determine which elements of "community charm" should be included in the design of each Richmond Highway Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) station! We asked you for input about potential themes for each station area in 2020 and 2021, and now we are asking for final input into choosing each station theme.
The "Community Charm" initiative is focused on integrating artwork into each BRT station to reflect the history, identity, and character of the neighborhoods surrounding each station area. Students from local schools to design artwork for the windscreen area based on themes developed with the community.
Visit fairfaxcounty.gov/transportation/richmond-hwy-brt for more information about the Richmond Highway BRT Project. This project is funded, in part, by the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority.
Tell Us What’s Important to Include in the Design – Online Survey Closes August 14, 2022
Let us know what you think through the online survey, open through August 14, 2022.
- English: surveymonkey.com/r/RHBRT12
- Spanish: surveymonkey.com/r/RHBRT12es
Learn More About Community Charm at Events in Your Neighborhood
Project teams will be on hand at various locations throughout the Richmond Highway corridor over the next two weeks. Come by and learn more about “community charm” and any other aspects of the project:
- Tuesday, August 2 (Tonight) - Visit our table at a National Night Out event
- 6-8:00pm @ Meadow Woods Apartments (3308 Lockheed Blvd)
- 6-7:30 p.m. @ Gum Springs Community Center (8100 Fordson Rd)
- Wednesday, August 3
- 8 a.m.-12 p.m. @ McCutcheon/Mount Vernon Farmers Market (2501 Sherwood Hall Ln)
- Tuesday, August 9
- 6:30-8pm @ Gum Springs Community Center (8100 Fordson Rd)
- Wednesday, August 10
- 3:30-6:30pm @ Original Mount Vernon High School, in front of bus loop (8333 Richmond Hwy)
** Check the webpage for additional community charm events/locations and details. **
Stay Informed and Engaged with Richmond Highway BRT – The One
- Sign-up for email and/or text updates via Fairfax Alerts
- Follow hashtag #RichmondHwyBRT on Facebook and Twitter
- Contact the project team via email