Fairfax Alliance for Better Bicycling

We are a group of concerned community members who want to make bicycling an integral part of the transportation network of Fairfax County. We volunteer so that residents and visitors of all ages have access to safe and convenient bicycle facilities. Since 2005, FABB volunteers have achieved a sterling reputation as an effective voice among Fairfax County transportation professionals, elected officials, community advocates and community leaders. With the expansion of bicycle facilities countywide, public awareness of FABB’s goals and efforts is expanding among residents at large and cyclists — as well as among members of the business community and homeowner associations, who are influential with local government.


I-66 Public Meetings Wrap-Up

by Steve Ward

November 19, 2017


The I-66 meetings last week went well with good turnouts and support for the parallel multi-use trail. FABB President Jeff Anderson provided the closing remarks at the November 13 meeting, and other advocates made comments in support of better trail design at each of the meetings. Some key points mentioned at the meetings that should continue to be emphasized with VDOT were: There are still opportunities to make additional improvements to…

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