The region’s transportation board has approved more than $5.4 million worth of projects to improve bike and pedestrian access in Virginia.

The Transportation Planning Board of the Metropolitan Washington Council of governments signed off on 11 projects in six jurisdictions.

All of the projects received funding under the Transportation Alternatives Program, which focuses on non-highway transportation efforts.

The projects include:

  • Arlington County: Four Mile Run Trail Connection – $241,000
  • Arlington County: Rosslyn-Ballston ADA Improvements – $392,000
  • City of Fairfax: Judicial Trail Connection – $174,800
  • Fairfax County: Vienna Metro Bike Connection Improvement – $800,000
  • City of Falls Church (Northern Virginia Regional Parks Authority): W&OD Trail Mode Separation – $274,250
  • Fairfax County: Fair Lakes Boulevard Walkway – $480,000
  • Prince William County: Sudley Road Sidewalk – $148,000
  • Prince William County: Mill Street Crosswalks – $147,280
  • Prince William County: Gemini Way Pedestrian Improvements – $880,000
  • Prince William County: Gemini Way Pedestrian Improvements – $1,527,484
  • Town of Hillsboro: Gaver Mill Trail-Shared-Use Path Project – $375,896

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