Route 1 Multimodal Alternatives Analysis Status Update: Sept. 17, 2013
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Route 1 Multimodal Alternatives Analysis Status Update: Sept. 17, 2013

Route 1 Multimodal Alternatives Analysis Status Update: Sept. 17, 2013

Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Transportation Committee

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    • County of Fairfax, Virginia Route1 Multimodal Alternatives Analysis Status Update Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Transportation Committee September 17, 2013 Department of Transportation
    • County of Fairfax, Virginia Study Area • 14 m ile sect ion of Route 1 • Extends from I-95/ I-495 Beltway, t hrough Fairfax Count y, to Route 123 at Woodbridge in Prince William Count y • Funded w it h $2 m illion from Office of Interm odal Planning and Invest m ent (OIPI) • Conducted by Depart m ent of Rail and Public Transport at ion
    • County of Fairfax, Virginia Study Overview • Define the key mobility issues and establish a “needs statement” • Consider a range of multimodal transportation solutions to address the needs • Conduct transportation analysis for the alternatives • Conduct land use analysis to support the alternatives • Perform financial analysis to test viability of the alternatives • Recommend a Locally Preferred Alternative (LPA) and determine required level of environmental documentation Department of Transportation 3
    • County of Fairfax, Virginia Study Process 4
    • County of Fairfax, Virginia Project Schedule 5
    • County of Fairfax, Virginia Policy Guidance Technical Guidance Study Feedback Executive Steering Committee: Policy Guidance State and County elected officials Commonwealth Transportation Board Senior County staff Fort Belvoir Leadership Technical Advisory Committee: Technical Guidance County staff VDOT staff Federal agency staff (FTA, FHWA) Fort Belvoir Leadership Resource agency staff Transit providers Community Involvement Committee: Study Feedback Community and advocacy groups Individuals Business and land owners Project Management Team DRPT VDOT Fairfax County Prince William County Office of Intermodal Planning and Investment (OIPI)
    • County of Fairfax, Virginia Tentative Date Tentative Agenda: October 9, 2013 • Purpose and need, goals and objectives • Initial set of alternatives February 2014 1 • Refined alternatives • Forecasting results • Land use assessment May 2014 • • • • 2 3 Environmental scan Financial analysis Evaluation of alternatives Recommendation for Locally Preferred Alternative
    • County of Fairfax, Virginia • Questions/Comments Department of Transportation 8