Transportation

Fairfax County, Virginia

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

703-877-5600
TTY 711

4050 Legato Road, Suite 400
Fairfax, VA 22033

Tom Biesiadny,
Director

Richmond Highway Bus Rapid Transit (BRT)

Upcoming Virtual Meetings

Fairfax County Department of Transportation will hold a series of virtual community meetings this fall that will provide an update on the Richmond Highway Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project. 

November: Station Design

Nov. 4, 7:00 PM (English)
View meeting materials and survey
Nov. 5, 7:00 PM (Español)
Ver los materiales de la reunión y la encuesta

 

December- Richmond Highway BRT and Corridor Year-End Update

Dec. 8, 7:00 PM (English)

Join by phone: 1-844-621-3956
Access code: 173 495 7758

Dec. 9, 7:00 PM (Español)

Join by phone: 1-844-621-3956
Access code: 173 748 6066


Ver en español

Latest Reads/Items

Based on recommendations from a Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation (DRPT) study, Fairfax County Department of Transportation is working with residents, community stakeholders, and partner agencies to plan, design, and construct a Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system for the Richmond Highway Corridor. 

The goal of the BRT system is to increase transit ridership along the corridor and ultimately lead to the future Metrorail extension to Hybla Valley. The system is planned to extend along Richmond Highway (Route 1) and North Kings Highway from Fort Belvoir to the Huntington Metrorail Station, in two sections. Section I of the project extends along North Kings Highway from the Huntington Metrorail Station to Richmond Highway, and along Richmond Highway to Gum Springs. Section II extends along Richmond Highway from Gum Springs to Fort Belvoir.

The collective approach to implementing the recommendations from the DRPT study (including land use and roadway changes, as well as the BRT system) in Fairfax County is called Embark Richmond Highway. You can learn more about Embark Richmond Highway here. You can also visit the FAQ page to find answers to common questions about the Richmond Highway BRT project and process.

What is BRT?

Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) is a high-quality public transportation system designed to be fast, reliable, and more convenient than traditional bus routes.

Project Background

In 2013 and 2014, Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation (DRPT) conducted a Multimodal Alternatives Analysis for an approximately 16-mile segment of Route 1, from I-495/Huntington Metro to

FAQs

Why do we need a new transit system on the Richmond Highway corridor? Find the answers to your pressing questions.

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