Help Get Metro Back On Track!

Thanks to the Northern Virginia Transportation Commission for providing the following information: 

The Northern Virginia Transportation Commission (NVTC) wants to hear from the greater community about priorities for improving WMATA’s transit operations and customer service. Recognizing Metro’s critical role in the region’s economy and quality of life, NVTC is sponsoring two regional forums. Hands-on activities, handheld polling and small group discussion will allow the public to prioritize issues and pinpoint solutions that will help the transit agency address challenges pertaining to affordability, service reliability, and safety.

The forums are scheduled for Arlington and Fairfax counties:

 

December 16: Wakefield High School Cafeteria, Door #1, off main parking lot, 1325 South Dinwiddie St., Arlington, VA, 7-9pm

December 17: Wiehle-Reston East Metrorail Station, North Exit, 11389 Reston Station Blvd., Plaza Level, Reston, VA, 6-8pm 

Upon arriving, individuals will participate in an activity designed to visually rank potential improvements within the WMATA system. Handheld polling devices will then capture the service qualities of greatest importance to attendees. Virginia members of the WMATA Board of Directors and WMATA General Manager/CEO Paul Wiedefeld will provide an overview of the transit agency’s priorities. Everyone in attendance will be invited to participate in roundtable discussions, where they will have the opportunity to share comments and suggestions to help WMATA improve the quality of its operations and customer service. Wiedefeld will sit in on the roundtables to better understand the priorities of those who ride Metrorail, Metrobus and MetroAccess.

 

An online survey, now available at www.NoVaTransit.org, will accept responses until 5 p.m. on Wed., Dec. 23, 2015.

NVTC, the region’s premier transit organization, works to ensure that Northern Virginia businesses and residents have access to a network of high-quality transit systems in order to sustain the region’s economic competitiveness and quality of life. NVTC – which funds and promotes transit in the counties of Arlington, Fairfax and Loudoun and the cities of Alexandria, Fairfax and Falls Church – supports DASH, ART, CUE, Fairfax Connector, Loudoun County Transit, and Metrobus bus systems as well as Metrorail and the Virginia Railway Express. For more information, visit www.NoVaTransit.org or call 703-524-3322.


 

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