The Northern Virginia Transportation Authority is launching a widespread effort this spring to find out specifically what Northern Virginians want in their future transportation network. The Northern Virginia Transportation Authority, or NVTA, project team will appear at a wide variety of public places, going where large numbers of the public congregate to make it easy for residents to voice their views on what would improve transportation in Northern Virginia. In a press release issued this week, the NVTA says its workshops and “pop-up” events are “designed to capture feedback from a broad range of residents where they live, work and play.”
Between April and June, the project team will appear at more than a dozen locations, including Metrorail stations, festivals, community centers, parades, shopping hubs, senior centers and places of worship. Here in Falls Church, the NVTA will be at booths at the City’s Memorial Day festival on May 30. A complete list of the events is available at nvtatransaction.org/upcoming-events.