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Fairfax County to Hold Virtual Public Meetings on the Richmond Highway BRT Branding

For Immediate Release
Jan. 21, 2021

Fairfax County Department of Transportation (FCDOT) continues a series of virtual community meetings on the Richmond Highway Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project.  Meetings this month will focus on branding concepts for the Richmond Highway BRT system, including a name, logo, colors, and other elements that will bring the service to life. All these elements will help to create an “identity” for the BRT system, building on existing community features to reflect the future of the corridor.  

Attend a Community Input Meeting on Branding Options for Richmond Highway BRT

FCDOT will hold virtual community input meetings to discuss BRT branding options on Wednesday, Jan. 27 at 7 p.m. (English) and Thursday, Jan. 28 at 7 p.m. (Spanish). The public is invited to ask questions and provide feedback on the various aspects of the project.

To learn more about the Richmond Highway BRT and to register for the online meetings, go to the project website at or register by clicking on the links below. 

Wednesday, Jan. 27, 7:00 PM (English)
Join by Phone: 1-844-621-3956; Access Code: 179 045 2170  
Thursday, Jan 28, 7:00 PM (Español)
Join by Phone: 1-844-621-3956;  Access Code: 179 004 9723

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We hope you can join us for a meeting and review the materials online following the meeting! If you would like to view recordings of past meetings and meeting materials, visit the project webpage

Give Your Feedback Through an Online Survey

The public is invited to provide input on the branding options through an online survey Jan. 27 - Feb. 17, 2021. The survey will be available on the project webpage

Project Background

Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) is a high-quality public transportation system that operates much like rail service, but uses buses on a separate, dedicated transit way. The Richmond Highway BRT Project implements recommendations developed during a 2015 Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation (DRPT) study.

The BRT project is part of Fairfax County’s Embark Richmond Highway program, which also includes road widening, enhanced bicycle and pedestrian facilities. The Richmond Highway BRT project is funded in part by the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority

Keep Informed and Stay Involved

Members of the public are encouraged to attend the information meetings, keep up with the latest news and information about the project and give feedback. Below are ways to stay engaged: 


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