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.
At its July meeting, the Board will adopt the County’s FY 2019-2028 Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) and consider dozens of other items.
County Board Chair Katie Cristol will give an overview of Arlington’s economic outlook.
Arlington County Board Vice Chair Christian Dorsey will represent Northern Virginia on the WMATA Board.
ARLINGTON, Va. – Arlington’s vibrant Clarendon nightlife scene continues to grow, and with it, the need for safer travels there and back. The County, working with rideshare companies Lyft and Uber plus Red Top Cab, is making sure patrons have dependable, designated weekend pick-up and drop-off locations. The initiative also aims to curb illegal practices, […]
Improvements coming to S. Walter Reed Drive are part of the County’s Complete Streets program.
Traffic cones and work crews will soon arrive on Lee Highway in Rosslyn as long-planned pedestrian and bicycle upgrades to North Lynn Street, Lee Highway and the adjacent segment of the Custis Trail get underway.
Among the highlights of the May 2018 Arlington County Board Meeting: presentation of the proposed FY 2019-FY 2028 CIP.
The honorees have made a financial and cultural commitment to encouraging the use of sustainable transportation modes such as public transit, ridesharing, biking and walking.