ARLINGTON, VA – A routine inspection of the bridge on West Glebe Road at South Four Mile Run has uncovered deterioration, which will require a vehicle weight restriction of 5-tons, and closure of the sidewalks in both directions. Because safety is the priority, the restrictions are effective immediately. The County performs maintenance inspections of its […]
Residents, businesses and visitors can expect a tighter intersection at Clarendon Circle, with shorter pedestrian crossings, wider sidewalks, and improved alignment of Washington and Wilson boulevards.
Go behind the scenes at the Arlington County Equipment Bureau, a full-service vehicle maintenance and repair facility that helps to keep the school bus fleet running.
Many services saw higher satisfaction than in the last survey in 2015, while others are in need of improvement.
The public is welcome to attend the October 2018 County Board Meeting. The Board will consider Consent Agenda items, and take public comment on a number of items.
The data will help determine needed transportation improvements—locally and regionally.
A nine-month demonstration project will take a hard look at dockless bikes and scooters.
The Arlington County Board will consider dozens of items at its September 2018 Meeting. Here are some of the highlights
The County Board’s unanimous vote will guide Arlington’s investments in infrastructure over the next decade, with biennial updates.
The Shirlington Road properties will help the County meet acute storage needs for the Arlington Rapid Transit bus flee for years to come.