The City of Alexandria and the Alexandria Transit Company (DASH) are seeking community input throughout October and November for the proposed future Alexandria Transit Vision (ATV) Plan bus networks.
After multiple rounds of input from the community, stakeholders, City and DASH leadership over the past 12 months, the Alexandria Transit Vision (ATV) project team has developed two draft recommended networks: a long-term vision for bus network that would be implemented by 2030, and a short-term plan for implementation by 2022. The two drafts are being presented to the public in October and November for feedback before the ATV Plan recommendations are finalized in December. If approved, the resulting service changes for the 2022 network could begin as early as mid-2020.
For more information on the project or to submit feedback, please visit the project website at dashbus.com/transitvision or contact the ATV Project Team at email@example.com. Community members are also encouraged to complete the online survey found on the ATV website or accessed directly HERE.
The Alexandria Transit Vision Plan is a project led by the City of Alexandria and DASH to design a future bus network for the City of Alexandria. The purpose of the project is to create a more useful bus network that encourages more people to get to more places using transit.
Upcoming Community Meetings
|Tuesday, October 15||Wednesday, November 13|
|6:30 PM||5:30 PM*|
|Armstrong Recreation Center||Alexandria City Hall (Council Chambers, 2nd Fl)|
|25 W. Reed Avenue||301 King Street, Alexandria, VA 22314|
|Alexandria, VA 22305||(Get there using the King Street Trolley or any other DASH route)|
|(Get there using the AT9, AT10, or 10 A/B/E).|
|Thursday, October 24||*Public hearing to be held at start of November|
|6:30 PM||meeting of ATC Board of Directors.|
|Ellen Coolidge Burke Library|
|4701 Seminary Road|
|Alexandria, VA 22304|
|(Get there using the AT1, AT2, AT5, 25B, or 28A).|