Public Meetings Set for Route 7 Corridor Study

July 23, 2013 12:14 PM0 comments

The Route 7 Corridor Transit Alternatives Analysis Study will provide an in-depth assessment of the travel needs of the Route 7 corridor from Tysons Corner to Alexandria. The study team will evaluate a range of transit alternatives based on local and regional objectives and evaluation criteria, including transit and roadway mobility, transit accessibility, safety, regional connectivity, development potential, environmental impacts, capital and operating costs, and potential funding sources. As part of this process, public meetings have been scheduled to gather input.

A meeting on July 25 will focus on collecting knowledge of the corridor from transit customers. There will be a background conditions presentation by the study team.

A meeting on Sept. 18 will review the preliminary transit alternatives developed by the study team based on feedback.

Both meetings will take place at the Skyline 7 building, 5275 Leesburg Pike, Falls Church, from 7 – 9 p.m.

For more information, visit route7corridorstudy.com.

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