The City of Alexandria, the District of Columbia, Arlington County, and Montgomery County, the jurisdictions that own Capital Bikeshare, will host an Open House on January 28. Representatives will present proposed fare increases, review system highlights and performance, solicit feedback from riders and discuss other issues related to the growth and development of the region’s most innovative transportation network.
Arlington and the State have partnered on a new trip planner, called CarFreeAtoZ, which is going make commuting without having to drive alone much more easier! Beta testing is coming to an end but developers are still incorporating and receiving feedback
Does your employer have a telework policy/program in place? Would they be open to starting one and just need a little help? If so, let Local Motion know. We can help with just about every aspect of starting a telework program. In addition, we can assist your employer with taking advantage of the Telework Tax Credit for Businesses in Virginia
When the 95 Express Lanes open in December, carpoolers and sluggers can look forward to 24/7 toll-free travel, an all-day HOV-3+ benefit, relief from the Dumfries bottleneck where the HOV lanes currently end and access to new destinations including Stafford County, Tysons Corner and Ft. Belvoir. However there are some things you probably need to know before you start sharing a ride on the Lanes.
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