Regional Transportation Planning
Take the Survey on Transportation Choices in the I-66 Corridor and win a prize!
Want to know how transportation plans impact your daily commute, or shape how you get around your city? Learn more about regional planning efforts and events:
Be a part of improving the travel experience on I-66 outside the beltway. 66 prizes are up for grabs for I-66 users who take this quick and easy Metro Quest Survey. We want better travel choices to stay strong even with I-66 tolling. Options like carpool, vanpool, rail and bus keep traffic congestion down and our quality of life up. Learning more about what makes you choose better travel modes will help us help you!
OmniRide and GMU invite you to the:
June 26 Innovation Corridor Transportation Visioning Forum
Commonwealth of Virginia
Please visit the Virginia Commonwealth Transportation Board (CTB) web site.
Metropolitan Washington Region
Please visit the Transportation Planning Board (TPB) web site.
Visualize 2045 is a long-range transportation plan for the National Capital Region.
Please visit the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority (NVTA) web site.
Transit by Commuter Bus, Local Bus, and Ridesharing services in Prince William, Stafford and Spotsylvania Counties and the Cities of Manassas, Manassas Park and Fredericksburg
An Environmental Assessment (EA) is being prepared in accordance with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) to evaluate the potential social, economic, and environmental effects associated with proposed improvements in the Route 28 corridor between Sudley Road in Prince William County and Compton Road in Fairfax County. Visit www.Route28Study.com for more information