Virtual Meeting on Parking Relocation During Springfield Garage Construction Held Nov. 18
FCDOT held a virtual community meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2020, at 7 p.m., on parking relocation during construction of the Springfield Community Business Center Commuter (SCBCC) Parking Garage.
Construction on the SCBCC is scheduled to begin Spring/Summer 2021, It was postponed from the previously scheduled start date of March 2020 due to the additional requirements to modify construction documents that adhere to federal bidding and construction regulations. FCDOT has identified alternative, temporary parking for users of the existing park-and-ride lot during construction, until the new Springfield Garage is completed in the spring of 2023.
The Springfield Multi-Use Parking Garage is a six-level structure that will hold approximately 1,000 parking spaces, and will enhance commuters' transportation options with the installation of:
The total project estimate is $63.81 million, and is fully funded by the Federal Transit Agency, Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program (Federal Highway Administration), and the Fairfax County Commercial and Industrial Tax.
In 2014, Fairfax County completed a feasibility study for a multi-use commuter parking facility and transit center identified in the Fairfax County Comprehensive Plan. The facility will be constructed on an existing surface commuter parking lot owned by the County on Old Keene Mill Road west of I-95 in the Springfield Community Business Center.
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