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North Va. Transportation Authority adopts $1.2B six-year program

Posted on June 19, 2018

The Northern Virginia Transportation Authority (Authority) adopted the FY2018 to 2023 Six Year Program, which includes 44 regionally significant, multimodal transportation projects totaling $1.285 billion. The authority’s milestone action marks the first time the regional transportation planning, programming, and funding body has funded a six-year transportation program.

Through three previously adopted funding programs, the authority has funded 78 transportation projects, valued at more than $690 million. Now, with the newly adopted FY 2018-2023 Six Year Program, the authority is advancing through its regional revenues, 122 regionally significant, multimodal transportation projects, totaling more than $1.975 billion in transportation investments for Northern Virginia’s transportation network.

Leading up to the adoption of the Six Year Program, the authority held a public comment period and outreach events from April 13, 2018 through May 20, 2018. The comment period and outreach efforts included a Public Hearing and various meetings and events across the region designed to gather feedback from Northern Virginians on the candidate projects. The authority received more than 1,200 comments during the public comment period.

To learn more and view the FY2018-2023 Six Year Program Project List and Map click here.

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