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FCDOT: Silver Line Phase 1 Bus Service Plan FCDOT: Silver Line Phase 1 Bus Service Plan Presentation Transcript

  • Fairfax County Department of Transportation Silver Line Phase 1 Bus Service Plan1
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Welcome• Presentation of the Silver Line Bus Service Plan overview• General Q&A• Route specific questions and reviews• Please see our note taker or fill out a survey/comment form to document your questions/comments in writing.
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Service Plan Overview• Bus service plan developed from Transit Development Plan (TDP)• Goal: Increase transit ridership and encourage use of Silver Line by providing transit service to new Metrorail stations in Tysons and Reston• Plan recommends: – Addition of 12 new Fairfax Connector routes (Tysons, McLean, Reston) – Enhancement/Realignment: Modification of 21 routes – Elimination: Six routes recommended for elimination View slide
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Service Plan Overview• In Reston and Herndon routes that currently serve West Falls Church will be truncated at the Wiehle-Reston East Metrorail Station.• In McLean and Vienna new routes are implemented and existing routes modified to serve Metrorail stations.• In Tysons a frequent circulator bus service will be implemented to serve the Metrorail stations. View slide
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Service Plan Overview• Modified and New Routes 401 | 402 | 432 | 434 | 461 | 462 | 463 | 551 | 552 | 553 | 554 | 557 | 574 | 585 | 720 | 721 | 722 | 724 | 924 | 926 | 927 | 929 | 950 | 951 | 952 | 959 | 980 | 981• Silver Line Circulator SLC 1 - McLean SLC 2 - Tysons Corner SLC 3 - Greensboro SLC 4 - Spring Hill
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed for EliminationFairfax Connector Route Proposed for Service to be Provided by: Elimination Silver Line, new Fairfax Connector 425 Circulator Silver Line, new Fairfax Connector 427 Circulator 505 New Route 959 555 New Route 959 595 Silver Line 597 Silver Line
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Route 595/597• Proposed for Elimination – One transfer will be required at the Rosslyn Metrorail Station • Silver Line to Blue Line – The maximum one-way rail trip fare (currently $5.75 with SmarTrip) will cost less than the current one-way express bus fare (currently $7.50) – Travel time for most will remain the same • 38 minutes on rail to Pentagon; 41 minutes to Crystal City • Maximum transfer wait time at Rosslyn will be ten minutes – Metrobus service to all destinations in Crystal City
  • Silver Line, Phase 1 County of Fairfax, Virginia Service Pattern• Silver Line trains will operate between Wiehle-Reston East and Largo• Transfer between Silver and Blue line trains at Rosslyn• West Falls Church will be served only by Orange Line trains
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Geographic Areas • Herndon – 924 | 926 | 927 | 950 | 980 | 981 • Merrifield – Vienna – 401 | 402 | 432 | 461 | 462 | 463 • McLean – 434 | 720 | 721 | 722 | 724 | SLC 1 - McLean • Reston – 551 | 552 | 553 | 554 | 557 | 574 | 585 | 929 | 950 | 951 | 952 | 959 • Tysons SLC 1 – McLean | SLC 2 - Tysons Corner | SLC 3 - Greensboro | SLC 4 - Spring Hill10
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Herndon Area Routes • Herndon – 924: West Herndon – 926: Central Herndon – 927: South Herndon – 950: Herndon-Reston Town Center – 980: Herndon-Monroe – Wiehle-Reston East – 981: Dulles Airport – Wiehle-Reston East11
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Herndon Area Map
  • Merrifield – Vienna Area County of Fairfax, Virginia Routes • Merrifield – Vienna – 401: Backlick – Gallows Road – Tysons NB – 402: Backlick – Gallows Road – Tysons SB – 432: Wolf Trap Connector – 461: Vienna Circulator – 462: Dunn Loring –Tysons – 463: Vienna - Tysons13
  • Merrifield – Vienna AreaCounty of Fairfax, Virginia Map
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia McLean Area Routes • McLean – 434: Dunn Loring – McLean – 720: Chainbridge Road – McLean – 721: Chainbridge Road – McLean – 722: Church Hill Road – 724: Lewinsville Road15
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia McLean Area Map
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Reston Area Routes • Reston – 551: Reston South – South Lakes – 552: Reston North – North Shore – 553: Reston South – Viking-Pinecrest – 554: Reston North – Wiehle – 557: Reston South – Glade – 574: Reston Town Center - Tysons – 585: Reston Parkway – Franklin Farms – 929: Centreville Road – 950: Herndon – Reston Town Center – 951: Sunrise Valley – 952: Sunset Hills – 959: Sunrise Valley – Sunset Hills Circulator17
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Reston Area Map
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Tysons Area Routes • Tysons – SLC 1 - McLean – SLC 2 - Tysons Corner – SLC 3 - Greensboro – SLC 4 - Spring Hill19
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Tysons Area Map
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Timeline and Next Steps
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Timeline• January – May 2013 – Public engagement opportunities • Two rounds of public • Round 1 January/February – Proposed Plan – Public Comment (accepted through February 28) • Round 2 April – Final Plan Presentation! – Last chance public comment – May 2013 Board Approval of Plan – Organizations may request presentations by emailing fairfaxconnector@fairfaxcounty.gov
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Timeline• May – June 2013 – Board of Supervisors to approve final Silver Line Phase 1 bus service plan – KICKOFF EVENT of Marketing Program: Celebrate Fairfax! – June 7-9, 2013• July – August 2013 – Launch marketing campaign • Advertising • Schedule distribution • Social media and online engagement • Community events • Education and training for new riders
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Timeline• August – December 2013 – Continuation of educational campaign and marketing efforts – December 2013: Anticipated Start of Silver Line Rail Service• Bus service plan will start on day one of Silver Line service operation!!
  • For More Information / County of Fairfax, Virginia Comments• E-mail: fairfaxconnector@fairfaxcounty.gov (Subject: Silver Line Phase 1 Bus Service Plan)• Online: www.fairfaxconnector.com• Phone: 703-877-5600, TTY 711• Mail: – Fairfax County Department of Transportation – Attn: Fairfax Connector: Dulles Rail Bus Service Plan – 4050 Legato Road, Suite 400 – Fairfax, VA 22033
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia General Questions
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Appendix
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Service Plan Details Herndon/Reston
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 551 • Reston South – South Lakes – Route serves: Reston South Park-and-Ride; Colts Neck Road, South Lakes Drive, Sunrise Valley Drive, Wiehle Avenue, Wiehle-Reston East Metrorail Station – Route operates: Weekdays Only – Hours operated: Rush hour service – Frequency of service: Every 15 Minutes AM; Every 30 Minutes PM (timed with RIBS 2 to provide 15 Minute Service)29
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 55130
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 552• Reston North – North Shore Drive – Route serves: North Shore Drive, Ring Road, Wiehle-Reston East Metrorail Station – Route operates: Weekdays Only – Hours operated: Rush hour service – Frequency of service: Every 15 Minutes
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 552
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 553• Reston South – Viking – Pinecrest – Route serves: Reston South Park-and-Ride, Viking Drive, Colts Neck Road, Glade Drive Wiehle-Reston East Metrorail Station – Route operates: Weekdays Only – Hours operated: Rush hour service – Frequency of service: Every 15 minutes
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 553
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 554• Reston North – Wiehle – Route serves: Reston, Center Harbor, Wiehle Avenue, Wiehle-Reston East Metrorail Station – Route operates: Weekdays Only – Hours operated: Rush hour service – Frequency of service: Every 15 minutes
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 554
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 557• Reston South – Glade – Route serves: Herndon-Monroe Park-and- Ride, Glade Drive, Soapstone Drive, Wiehle- Reston East Metrorail Station – Route operates: Weekdays Only – Hours operated: Rush hour service – Frequency of service: Every 15 minutes
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 557
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 585• Reston Parkway – Franklin Farms – Route serves: Franklin Farms, Wall Road, Reston South Park-and-Ride, Reston Parkway, Wiehle-Reston East Metrorail Station – Route operates: Weekdays Only – Hours operated: 5:00 a.m. – 7:30 p.m. – Frequency of service: • Every 15 minutes during rush hour • Every 60 minutes during mid-day
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 585
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 924• West Herndon – Route serves: Herndon, Herndon-Monroe Park-and-Ride, Wiehle-Reston East Metrorail Station – Route operates: Weekdays Only – Hours operated: Rush hour service – Frequency of service: Every 15 minutes – Two routing options under consideration
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia 924 Options 1 & 2
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 926• Central Herndon – Route serves: Herndon, Herndon-Monroe Park and Ride, Wiehle-Reston East Metrorail Station – Route operates: Weekdays Only – Hours operated: Rush hour service – Frequency of service: Every 15 minutes – Two routing options under consideration
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia 926 Options 1 & 2
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 927• South Herndon – Route serves: Dulles Technology Drive, Coppermine Road, Herndon-Monroe Park-and-Ride – Route operates: Weekdays Only – Hours operated: 5 a.m. – 9 p.m. – Frequency of service: • Every 15 minutes during rush hour • Every 30 minutes during midday
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 927
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 929• Centreville Road – Route serves: Centreville Road, Franklin Farms, Wall Road, Herndon-Monroe Park- and-Ride, Wiehle-Reston East Metrorail Station – Route operates: Weekdays only – Hours operated: Rush hour service – Frequency of service: Every 15 minutes
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 929
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 950• Herndon-Reston Town Center – Route serves: Reston Town Center, Elden Street, Centreville Road, Herndon-Monroe Park-and- Ride, Wiehle-Reston East Metrorail Station – Route operates: Weekdays, Saturday, Sunday – Hours operated: • Weekdays: 5 a.m. – 12 a.m. • Saturdays: 6 a.m. – 12 a.m. • Sundays: 6 a.m. – 12 a.m. – Frequency of service: Every 30 minutes
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 950
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 959• Sunrise Valley-Sunset Hills Circulator – Route serves: Sunrise Valley, Sunset Hills, Herndon-Monroe Park-and-Ride, Wiehle- Reston East Metrorail Station – Route operates: Weekdays, Saturday, Sunday – Hours operated: • Weekdays: 5 a.m. – 12 a.m. • Saturdays: 6 a.m. – 12 a.m. • Sunday: 6 a.m. – 12 a.m. – Frequency of service: • Weekdays: Every 30 minutes • Saturday: Every 60 minutes • Sunday: Every 60 minutes
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 959
  • Proposed Route 959 County of Fairfax, Virginia Option 2 With 951/952 • Sunrise Valley-Sunset Hills Circulator – Route 959 was proposed to cover the demand for local trips. – Most trips Phase I will continue to be commuter trips – Most local trips will connect RIBS service to Reston Town Center with Wiehle Avenue – Reston East Metrorail Station – Option 2 uses keeps previous routes and changes alignments to accommodate existing commuter trips. – Route 959 can be expanded Phase II if local market develops.53
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 951 • Sunrise Valley – Route serves: Herndon-Monroe Park-and- Ride, Sunrise Valley Drive, South Lakes Drive, Wiehle-Reston East Metrorail Station – Route operates: Weekdays – Hours operated: Rush hour service – Frequency of service: Every 15 minutes54
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 95155
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 952 • Sunset Hills – Route serves: Herndon-Monroe Park-and- Ride, Herndon Parkway, Sunset Hills Road, Wiehle-Reston East Metrorail Station – Route operates: Weekdays – Hours operated: Rush hour service – Frequency of service: Every 15 minutes56
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 95257
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 959• Sunrise Valley-Sunset Hills Circulator – Route serves: Reston Town Center, Sunrise Valley, Sunset Hills, Wiehle-Reston East Metrorail Station – Route operates: Weekdays, Saturday, Sunday – Hours operated: • Weekdays: 5 a.m. – 12 a.m. • Saturdays: 6 a.m. – 12 a.m. • Sunday: 6 a.m. – 12 a.m. – Frequency of service: • Weekdays: Every 20 Minutes Rush • Mid-Day & Evening: Every 15 minutes • Saturday & Sunday: Every 15 minutes
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 95959
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 980• Herndon – Wiehle-Reston East – Route serves: Reston Town Center, Sunrise Valley, Sunset Hills, Wiehle-Reston East Metrorail Station – Route operates: Weekdays Only – Hours operated: Rush hour service – Frequency of service: Every 12 minutes
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 980
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 981• Dulles International Airport – – Route serves: Dulles Airport, Herndon-Monroe Park-and-Ride, Reston Town Center, Wiehle- Reston East Metrorail Station – Route operates: Weekdays, Saturdays, Sundays – Hours operated: • Weekdays: 5 a.m. – 11 p.m. • Saturdays: 6 a.m. – 11 p.m. • Sundays: 6 a.m. – 11 p.m. – Frequency of service: • Weekdays: Every 20 minutes • Saturdays: Every 20 minutes • Sundays: Every 40 minutes
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 981
  • RIBS Serving Wiehle- County of Fairfax, Virginia Reston East• RIBS – RIBS 1,2 & 3 currently pass by the Wiehle- Reston East Metrorail Station – The RIBS will pull in and provide service to the station – Schedules will not change
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Service Plan Details McLean/Tysons/Vienna
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 401/402• Backlick - Gallows - Tysons – Route serves: Franconia-Springfield Metrorail Station, Annandale, INOVA Fairfax Hospital, Merrifield, Tysons Corner Center Metrorail Station – Route operates: Weekdays, Saturdays, Sundays – Hours operated: • Weekdays: 4:20 a.m. - 12 a.m. • Saturdays: 5:30 a.m. - 11 p.m. • Sundays: 6 a.m. - 10 p.m. – Frequency of service: • Weekdays: Every 15 minutes during rush hour; every 20 minutes during the midday • Saturdays: Every 30 minutes • Sundays: Every 30 minutes
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 401
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 402
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 432• Wolf Trap Connector – Route serves: Spring Hill Metrorail Station, Old Courthouse Road, Trap Road, Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts, Leesburg Pike (Route 7) – Route operates: Weekdays only – Hours operated: Rush hour service – Frequency of service: Every 30 minutes
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 432
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 434• Dunn Loring – McLean – Route serves: Dunn Loring Metrorail Station/West Falls Church Metrorail Station, Great Falls Street, McLean Metrorail Station – Route operates: Weekdays only – Hours operated: Rush hour service – Frequency of service: Every 30 minutes
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 434
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 434 (TDP)
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 461• Vienna Circulator – Route serves: Town of Vienna, Nutley Street, Tapawingo Road, Park Street, Malcolm Road, Flint Hill Road, Vienna Metrorail Station – Route operates: Weekdays only – Hours operated: Rush hour service – Frequency of service: Every 30 minutes
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 461
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 462• Dunn Loring– Tysons Corner Line – Route serves: Merrifield, Dunn Loring Metrorail station, Navy Federal Credit Union , Tysons Corner Metrorail Station – Route operates: Weekdays only – Hours operated: Rush hour service – Frequency of service: Every 30 minutes – Two routing options under consideration
  • Proposed Route 462County of Fairfax, Virginia Option 1
  • Proposed Route 462County of Fairfax, Virginia Option 2
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 463• Vienna – Tysons – Route serves: Vienna Metrorail Station, Town of Vienna, Maple Avenue, Tysons Corner Metrorail Station – Route operates: Weekdays only – Hours operated: Rush hour service – Frequency of service: Every 30 minutes
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 463
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 720• Chainbridge Road – McLean – Route serves: McLean Metrorail Station, Langley Shopping Center – Route operates: Weekdays, Saturdays, Sundays – Hours operated: • Weekdays: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. • Saturdays: 7 a.m. - 8 p.m. • Sundays: 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. – Frequency of service: • Weekdays: Every 20 minutes during the midday • Saturdays: Every 40 minutes • Sundays: Every 40 minutes
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 720
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 721• Chainbridge Road – Langley – Route serves: McLean Metrorail Station, Langley – Route operates: Weekdays only – Hours operated: Rush hour service – Frequency of service: Every 20 minutes – Off-peak (midday and weekend) service provided by proposed Route 720
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 721
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 722• Churchill Road Line – Route serves: McLean Metrorail Station, Churchill Road – Route operates: Weekdays only – Hours operated: Rush hour service – Frequency of service: Every 30 minutes
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 722
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 722 OP2
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 724• Lewinsville Road – Route serves: Lewinsville Road, Spring Hill Recreation Center, Farm Credit Drive, Spring Hill Metrorail Station, McLean Metrorail Station – Route operates: Weekdays only – Hours operated: Rush hour service – Frequency of service: Every 20 minutes
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Route 724
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Service Plan Details Tysons Silver Line Circulator (SLC) Routes
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed SLC 1 - McLean• SLC 1: McLean, East McLean Circulator: – Route serves: Old Meadow, Colshire, MITRE, Anderson Road, Great Falls Road, Route 123 Route operates: Weekdays only – Hours operated: 5:30 a.m. - 11 p.m. – Frequency of service: Every 10 minutes during rush hour, every 20-30 minutes during the midday and evening – Metrorail Station Served: McLean Metrorail Station – Two routing options under consideration
  • Proposed SLC 1County of Fairfax, Virginia Option 1
  • Proposed SLC 1County of Fairfax, Virginia Option 2
  • Proposed SLC 2 - Tysons County of Fairfax, Virginia Corner• SLC 2: Tysons Corner, Central Tysons Circulator – Route serves: Tysons Corner Center Metrorail Station, Greensboro Drive, Tysons Boulevard, Tysons Galleria, Rotunda – Route operates: Weekdays, Saturdays, Sundays – Hours operated: • Weekdays: 5:30 a.m. - 11:30 p.m. • Saturdays: 6 a.m. - 10 p.m. • Sundays: 6 a.m. - 8 p.m. – Frequency of service: • Every 10 minutes during rush hour, every 20-30 minutes during the midday and evenings • Saturdays and Sundays: Every 20-30 minutes
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed SLC 2
  • Proposed SLC 3 - County of Fairfax, Virginia Greensboro• SLC 3: Greensboro, South Tysons Circulator – Route serves: Greensboro Metrorail Station, Boone Boulevard, Tysons Galleria, Tysons Corner Center, Towers Crescent – Route operates: Weekdays only – Hours operated: 5:30 a.m. - 11 p.m. – Frequency of service: • Weekdays: Every 10 minutes during rush hour, every 20-30 minutes during the midday and evenings
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed SLC 3
  • Proposed SLC 4 - County of Fairfax, Virginia Spring Hill• SLC 4: Spring Hill, North Tysons Circulator – Route serves: Spring Hill Metrorail Station, Jones Branch Road, Tysons West* Park, Rotonda – Route operates: Weekdays only – Hours operated: 5:30 a.m. - 11:30 p.m. – Frequency of service: • Every 10 minutes during rush hour, every 20-30 minutes during the midday and evenings
  • County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed SLC 4