Regional Transportation Planning
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Bike Facilities in Downtown Manassas Recently Completed & Upcoming Bike Facilities
Our friends at Virginia Railway Express know their reduced service schedule isn't always convenient. What they're trying to figure out is if they return to full service would you get back on the train, given all the health/safety measures now in place? Tell them now: take the one question survey
Transit 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.
Route 28 Bypass project
Regional Transportation Partners:
Commonwealth of Virginia
Please visit the Virginia Commonwealth Transportation Board (CTB) web site.
Metropolitan Washington Region
Please visit the Transportation Planning Board (TPB) web site.
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.
Watch a short video about the plan.
The National Capital Region Transportation Planning Board is highlighting its aspirational initiatives. Find signs throughout the region, scan the QR codes and answer a few questions to share your thoughts and for a chance to win. Visit Aspiration to Implementation to find out more.
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!