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DRPT Will Hold a Virtual Public Meeting December 13, 2022 on the I-495 Southside Transit and Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Study

Tuesday, December 13th at 6:30pm

The Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation (DRPT) invites you to provide input on its I-495 Southside Transit and TDM study by attending a virtual public information meeting December 13. The meeting will provide an opportunity for the public and organizations to review the draft recommendations, ask questions, and offer comments on the study.

Register now for the upcoming virtual public meeting!

The I-495 Southside Transit and TDM study aims to evaluate existing transportation options and identify future multimodal mobility solutions. The study has considered potential mobility options for travel along I-495 Southside, including—but not limited to—carpool, rideshare, local bus, express bus, bus rapid transit, Metrorail, regional rail, and intercity rail service. The study area extends for 11 miles of I-495 from the Springfield Interchange (I-95/I-395/I-495) in Fairfax County, VA to Maryland Route 210 in Prince George’s County, MD and includes the Metrorail and Virginia Railway Express (VRE) lines between Springfield, VA and Alexandria, VA. This study will help inform the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) I-495 Southside Express Lanes Study that is looking at potentially extending the express lanes system on the southern section of the Capital Beltway.

I-495 Southside Transit and TDM study Map


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