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.
Successful Annandale Rideby admin
June 9, 2017
Successful Annandale Ride FABB and the Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals DC chapter held a joint ride on Saturday to explore new and planned bike infrastructure in the Annandale area (route map). The group of 18 riders met at East Falls Church Metro station. Fairfax County Bike Coordinator Adam Lind and FABB’s Dave Wagoner led the group, with Adam stopping periodically to offer insights into the planning and implementation…>> read more Successful Annandale Ride