Northern Virginia Transportation Authority
TransAction Survey Results
A survey conducted in December 2016 for the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority (NVTA) found that 68 percent of Northern Virginians believe the region is doing a “good job” with the maintenance and quality of transportation infrastructure – up significantly from 43 percent who felt positive about the performance in an October 2015 survey. At the same time, the survey found that Northern Virginians continue to view gridlock as the factor that impacts their quality of life the most. More details are available in an NVTA news release here
Loudoun County is a member of the NVTA, which is responsible for long-range transportation planning for regional transportation projects in Northern Virginia.
The NVTA, which has embarked on a major update to TransAction 2040, a long range transportation development plan for Northern Virginia. The updated plan – to be known simply as TransAction – will be adopted in late summer/early fall of 2017 and will inform the authority’s inaugural Six- Year Program covering the FY 2018-23 period.
- Learn about TransAction here or by watching the video above.
About the NVTA
The Northern Virginia Transportation Authority was created in 2012 by the General Assembly and is responsible for long-range transportation planning for regional transportation projects in Northern Virginia. In carrying out this responsibility, the Authority on the basis of a regional consensus, whenever possible, will set regional transportation policies and priorities for regional transportation projects. The policies and priorities shall be guided by performance-based criteria such as the ability to improve travel times, reduce delays, connect regional activity centers, improve safety, improve air quality, and move the most people in the most cost-effective manner.
In addition to Loudoun County, the authority includes the Counties of Arlington, Fairfax, and Prince William, and the Cities of Alexandria, Fairfax, Falls Church, Manassas, and Manassas Park.
More information is online at www.TheNoVaAuthority.org