Road design, speeds, lighting and negligence are factors.
This spring has seen several fatal pedestrian accidents, possibly signaling a warning to drivers, pedestrians and transportation engineers that more could be done to lessen these fatalities in Fairfax County.
Taste of Springfield
Workplace in Lorton played a role.
Shooting in Springfield
Nearly 10,000 riders reaped the benefits negotiating area bike paths.
Bike to Work Day is a success
Pit Stop gathering is out, but Bike to Work Day is still on for May 21.
It’s been 20 years since Bike to Work Day began, and it grows each year, showing that there is another side to commuting that uses no gas, has health benefits and is fun, even if it’s only one day a year for many.
A restaurant and brewery were among the desired occupants they are seeking.
School system has all the graduation ceremonies lined up for early June.
This technology dates back to an invention by the son of a former slave.
Meetings planned this month to develop the ‘Active Fairfax Plan’
With the warm weather approaching, Fairfax County is holding a series of meetings to hear thoughts about active transportation in the county, and this input will be used in their Active Fairfax Transportation Plan to integrate the existing Bicycle Master and Trails Plans.