Regional Transportation Planning

Transportation Projects
Check on the status of Capital Improvement Projects and share your voice on project alternatives.


Regional Transportation Partners

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The  Virginia Railway Express  provides commuter rail service between Manassas and Washington, D.C.


OmniRideTransit by Commuter Bus, Local Bus, and Ridesharing services in Prince William, Stafford and Spotsylvania Counties and the Cities of Manassas, Manassas Park and Fredericksburg

  • OmniRide has free fares on Local and Metro Express services.
  • Commuters riding OmniRide Express buses will continue paying fares with a tap of their SmarTrip card or mobile payment app – no cash fares
      • To improve reliability and efficiency in this area, buses are now dispatched from a new Manassas facility.

        Find out more: Please visit the Potomac and Rappahannock Transportation Commission (PRTC) web site.


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Commonwealth of Virginia
Please visit the Virginia Commonwealth Transportation Board (CTB) web site.



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Metropolitan Washington Region
The National Capital Region Transportation Planning Board (TPB) is the federally-designated metropolitan planning organization (MPO) for the Washington metropolitan area. The TPB provides a regional framework and forum for coordination on transportation policy and investments. The TPB also provides technical resources to member jurisdictions for studies and analyses that aid in decision-making. Learn more about the TPB by visiting their web site.

Become a member of the TPB’s 2023-2024 Community Advisory Committee (CAC). The CAC is the TPB's long standing citizen-oriented committee whose mission is to promote public involvement in transportation planning for the region, to advance equitable representation in regional transportation planning, and to provide independent, region-oriented community advice to the TPB on transportation plans and issues.

The 21 members of the CAC are appointed by the TPB. Fifteen members are selected evenly among the District of Columbia, Suburban Maryland, and Northern Virginia. Nine additional members will be selected to incorporate the perspective of more communities in TPB member jurisdictions. These additional positions provide an opportunity to ensure that the committee reflects the region’s racial and ethnic diversity as well as different perspectives from people with different ages and experiences from around the region. The 2023-2024 committee will meet once a month from February 2023 to December 2024.

The online application can be found at www.mwcog.org/cac. Applications will be accepted until December 5, 2022.



visulaize 2045
Visualize 2045 is a long-range transportation plan for the National Capital Region.  Find out more about the plan and how you can share your voice.



NVTA
The Northern Virginia Transportation Authority (NVTA) is responsible for long-range transportation planning in Northern Virginia and provides funding for regional transportation projects. NoVA Gateway is a new tool that allows access to the latest NVTA-funded project updates… all in real-time! To access information on the current status of ongoing and completed NVTA regionally-funded transportation projects, and to search by project, project location, transportation mode, project sponsor, and corridor segment, please visit NoVA Gateway to explore and learn more!



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