Transportation Funding Survey Opens Today
How do you think Fairfax County should fund $3 billion in needs over 10 years?
Fairfax County residents can provide input starting Monday on how the county should fund an estimated $3 billion gap in transportation funding over the next 10 years.
From Monday to Sept. 12, residents can take an online survey and submit their thoughts on how Fairfax County transportation needs should be funded.
The Board of Supervisors and the Transportation Advisory Committee will also host a series of nine public meetings in the coming weeks before making a decision.
The first meeting will be held at 7 p.m. Monday at Springfield Government Center, 6140 Rolling Road, in Springfield.
Officials have outlined 20 potential options to increase revenues for transportation infrastructure, including a 1 percent sales tax on services and a .5 percent income tax.