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FCDOT: Proposed Service Changes Routes 304 and 371
FCDOT: Proposed Service Changes Routes 304 and 371
FCDOT: Proposed Service Changes Routes 304 and 371
FCDOT: Proposed Service Changes Routes 304 and 371
FCDOT: Proposed Service Changes Routes 304 and 371
FCDOT: Proposed Service Changes Routes 304 and 371
FCDOT: Proposed Service Changes Routes 304 and 371
FCDOT: Proposed Service Changes Routes 304 and 371
FCDOT: Proposed Service Changes Routes 304 and 371
FCDOT: Proposed Service Changes Routes 304 and 371
FCDOT: Proposed Service Changes Routes 304 and 371
FCDOT: Proposed Service Changes Routes 304 and 371
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FCDOT: Proposed Service Changes Routes 304 and 371

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FCDOT: Proposed Service Changes Routes 304 and 371

Public Meeting November 17, 2012 South County Center

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  • 1. Fairfax CountyDepartment ofTransportation Public Meetings Proposed Service Changes Routes 304 and 371 November 17th @ 11:00 AM: South County Center Department of Transportation 1
  • 2. County of Fairfax, Virginia Background• Service changes in September 2011 shifted ridership and caused a decline in ridership on Routes 304, 333 and 334.• In March 2012, Routes 304, 333, and 334 were surveyed identifying travel patterns of passengers of those routes.• New ridership generators in the service area: – Patriot Ridge – National Geospatial Agency (NGA) – Saratoga Park & Ride (December 2012)Department of Transportation 2
  • 3. County of Fairfax, Virginia Background• Public Meetings held on July 18th and 28th 2012 to discuss proposed changes to Routes 304, 333, 334, and 395 – Proposed changes to Routes 304 and 395 received no public support• October 2012 Changes were made to routes 333 and 334 – Service to NGA – Eliminated Service Along Boston BoulevardDepartment of Transportation 3
  • 4. County of Fairfax, Virginia Summary• Route 304: – Modification of routing to provide limited-stop service and express bus service to the Pentagon – Provide limited stop service in the Saratoga Neighborhood; and express service to the Saratoga Park and Ride Lot, Backlick North Park and Ride, and Pentagon Metrorail Station – Eliminate service along Alban Rd and to Franconia- Springfield Metrorail Station. – Re-name as Route 394 Pentagon/Saratoga ExpressDepartment of Transportation 4
  • 5. County of Fairfax, Virginia Summary• Route 371 – Splitting southern portion of Route 371 in Lorton – Provide service to eliminated segments from Routes 304 and 333/334 – Routes 372 and 373 will be rush hour only service – Route 371 will operate during “off-peak” times during weekdays and all day long on weekends.• New Route 372 – Provide service to Lorton Market, Lorton VRE, Alban Road, and Franconia-Springfield Metrorail Station• New Route 373 – Provide service to Silverbrook Road, Lorton VRE, Rolling Road, Boston Blvd (Southbound Only), Franconia-SpringfieldDepartment of Transportation 5
  • 6. County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 394• Saratoga – Pentagon Express Line – Route Serves: Saratoga / Saratoga Park and Ride / Backlick North Park and Ride / Pentagon Metro Station – Route Operates: Weekdays Only – Hours Operated: Rush hour Service – Frequency of Service: Every 40 minutes – “Express Fare” $5.35 – Benefits • More service to the Pentagon • One-seat ride from Saratoga Neighborhood to the Pentagon • Provides another express option from Backlick North Park and Ride to the PentagonDepartment of Transportation 6
  • 7. County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 394Department of Transportation 7
  • 8. County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed 371• Lorton – Fullerton Road• Route Serves: Franconia-Springfield Metro Station / Fullerton Industrial Park / Saratoga Center / Lorton VRE / Gunston Plaza / Laurel Hill• Route Operates: Weekdays; all day weekends• Hours Operated: – Weekdays • 4:00 A.M. – 7:00 A.M. • 9:30 A.M. – 3:30 P.M. • 6:45 P.M. – 1:00 A.M.• Frequency of Service: 30 – 40 minutesDepartment of Transportation 8
  • 9. County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed 372/373• Lorton – Fullerton Road – Alban Road• Routes Serve: Franconia-Springfield Metro Station / Boston Boulevard / Fullerton Industrial Park / Saratoga Center/ Alban Road / Lorton VRE / Gunston Plaza / Laurel Hill• Routes Operate: – 372: Weekdays – 373: Weekdays• Hours Operated: – 372 : Rush hour service only – 373: Rush hour service only• Frequency of Service: – 372: 29 minutes – 373: 29 minutes – (Combined frequency of 14 to 15 minutes)• Benefits – Shorter travel time between Franconia-Springfield and Lorton – More frequent service between Franconia-Springfield and Lorton – Service provided to eliminated segments of Routes 304, 333, and 334Department of Transportation 9
  • 10. County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed 372/373Department of Transportation 10
  • 11. County of Fairfax, Virginia Saratoga Park & Ride• 500 Parking Spaces• Bus Services – Franconia-Springfield via Route 333 – Pentagon Metro Station via Route 394 – Tysons Corner via Express Lanes bus (Spring 2013)Department of Transportation 11
  • 12. County of Fairfax, Virginia Saratoga Park & RideDepartment of Transportation 12
  • 13. County of Fairfax, Virginia Customer Information• E-mail: fairfaxconnector@fairfaxcounty.gov (Subject: SERVICE COMMENT)• Online: www.fairfaxconnector.com• Phone: Matt Crooks, Transportation Planner II 703-877-5687, TTY 711• Mail: Fairfax County Department of Transportation Fairfax Connector Service Comment Attn: Matt Crooks 4050 Legato Road, Suite 400 Fairfax, VA 22033Department of Transportation 13

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