Northern Virginia Park and Ride Assessment
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Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax, Fairfax (City), Falls Church, Leesburg, Loudoun, Manassas, Manassas Park, and Prince William
About the Study
This study, conducted for VDOT with funding from the National Capital Region Transportation Planning Board Unified Planning Work Program Technical Assistance Program, assessed Northern Virginia's existing park and ride facilities and future park and ride needs with input from localities and regional stakeholders between June 2020 and June 2021. There are over 100 park and ride facilities in Northern Virginia, 22 of which are VDOT owned or operated.
The final report was issued in June 2021 and contains findings on the stakeholder survey results and workshop meeting, previous related studies, park and ride facility information for Northern Virginia, an assessment of current needs, future technology and mobility vision, and overview of planning and funding processes.
To view an interactive executive summary of the final report, click the image below:
The Northern Virginia Park & Ride Inventory Map shows public park and ride lots in Northern Virginia and the Fredericksburg area, including Metrorail and Virginia Railway Express stations. The map includes layers and filters to search for a park and ride lot and view connected multimodal facilities. The multimodal layers can be turned on to show bus and train lines and stations, bicycling facilities, Capital Bikeshare stations, Express Lanes and more.
Final Report Interactive Executive Summary - July 2021
Final Report - June 2021