- Fairfax City is seeking public input on its Bicycle Transportation Plan.
- Share your thoughts at virtual meeting on October 15 or by email and phone.
FABB encourages Fairfax City riders to plan now to participate in a virtual public workshop on Thursday, October 15, at 7:00 pm to review the City’s Bicycle Transportation Plan. The meeting seeks your feedback on the plan’s draft recommendations, including bike routes through neighborhoods, intersection improvements, bike lanes, and other recommendations for connecting the community.
The Fairfax City bicycle transportation plan is being developed to help the City identify and prioritize projects to connect the City’s network of on- and off-street bicycle facilities. The 2035 Comprehensive Plan envisions a “Green Ribbon” network that connects neighborhoods, provides more transportation options, and improves access to key destinations like the City’s activity centers.
Register for the Bike Fairfax City Virtual Public Workshop here.
If you have questions, please check the project website here or email [email protected] or call 703-385-7810. If unable to participate, you may share your ideas at this email address and phone number.
Please Speak Up! and help make bicycling better in Fairfax City.