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Virtual Community Meetings for Fairfax County and Franconia-Springfield Parkways Study Set for July, August 2020

For Immediate Release
July 16, 2020

The Fairfax County Department of Transportation (FCDOT) will hold its first set of online community input meetings to present preliminary recommendations for the Fairfax County and Franconia-Springfield Parkways Alternatives Analysis and Long-Term Planning Study. Fairfax county residents will have three opportunities to participate in the meetings: 

Attendees must register with WebEx prior to the meeting using the link provided. The meetings will include a presentation by the study team and an opportunity for time for questions and answers. In order to facilitate the online meeting experience, FCDOT has put together a step-by-step process for registration, logging in and participating in the meeting.

We Want to Hear from You! Feedback is Welcomed until Midnight on Monday, August 31, 2020

View the Recorded Presentation

If you are unable to participate in the virtual community input meetings, the meetings will be recorded and posted on the Fairfax County and Franconia Springfield Parkways study webpage.The PowerPoint presentation will also be available on the website on July 29.

Take an Online Survey

An online survey that will be available from July 29 - Aug. 31, 2020.  

Email, Call or Mail Your Comments

  • Email comments by using the Feedback Form link at the bottom of the Study webpage
  • Call FCDOT at 703-877-5600, TTY 711.
  • Mail comments to Fairfax County Department of Transportation, Attn: Fairfax County & Franconia-Springfield Parkways Study, 4050 Legato Road, Suite 400, Fairfax, VA 22033

Over the last two years, FCDOT has held two rounds of community input meetings to gather feedback from residents and worked to identify deficiencies and future needs along the Parkway corridors. The goals of the study include creating a more efficient option for commuters while serving local residents, minimizing impacts to property owners and the environment, and exploring options for the corridors.

The study team will once again gather feedback and develop and evaluate final recommendations in its transportation models to ensure that the recommended improvements address future demand and commuter needs. FCDOT will present the final recommendations to the Board of Supervisors this winter. Once the Board of Supervisors have endorsed the Study, FCDOT will begin the process of amending the Comprehensive Plan in Spring 2021.

FCDOT will prioritize recommendations from the study to show what may be implemented in the near future or over a longer (10-50 year) horizon, as funding allows.

For more information, visit the Study webpage.


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