Virginia is providing advances on state transit funding to avoid problems due to the federal government shutdown. The commonwealth will be forwarding two months of state funding to area transit systems to mitigate the effects of the shutdown.
Virginia should send more transportation money to Fairfax County to address road and transit issues, the county’s supervisors said, especially given the pothole-pocked side roads across Northern Virginia.
Several local representatives worry that key considerations for riders and workers are now being ignored because of a change in Virginia law.
Transit ridership in Northern Virginia fell in the year ending in June, and the data suggest that the declines at Metro led the way.
Virginia should raise a variety of taxes and dedicate that new money to keeping up or expanding transit systems across the state, according to the final report of a panel tasked with figuring out a solution to the commonwealth’s transit capital funding issues.
WASHINGTON — Northern Virginia transportation planners want to hear from drivers and commuters Wednesday night as they prioritize how to spend millions of regional tax dollars for road and transit improvements. The public hearing at…
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