Tysons Transportation Service District Advisory Board
On January 8, 2013, the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors approved the creation of a Tysons Transportation Service District, and the Tysons Transportation Service District Advisory Board. The advisory board will work with Fairfax County staff and provide input to the Board of Supervisors on the annual tax rate for the Tysons Transportation Service District; transportation project priorities for projects funded all or in part by the Service District; and, issues related to the Tysons road funds.
The Responsibilities of the Tysons Transportation Service District Advisory Board include:
Provide input on the following:
The annual tax rate for the service district.
Transportation project priorities of that project funding all or in part by the service district.
Project implementation schedules.
The advisory board may also provide input on:
The annual adjustment of road fund rates related to generating revenue for the local street network and the Tysons-wide transportation improvements.
The advisory board should:
Review the pace and location of residential and non-residential development as part of the annual Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) and budget processes. These reviews may result in, or, are to ensure that:
Adjustments to the Funding Plan to ensure that the estimated funding levels for such improvements are coordinated with the anticipated construction spending and the timing of construction.
Funding is being spent in an appropriate and efficient manner.
The pace of transportation improvements and the pace of residential and non-residential development are proceeding substantially in tandem.
Search for alternative sources of revenue for funding Tysons transportation projects.