The Rosslyn Multimodal Transportation Study is an evaluation of existing and planned transportation facilities, services and operations for Rosslyn over the next 20 years. The principle impetus of the study is the rapidly changing scale of development occurring in Rosslyn and the increased demand this development places on all modal elements of the existing Rosslyn transportation system.
The study catalogues and assesses the basic framework of the Rosslyn multimodal transportation system including: streets, public transportation, bicycle facilities, pedestrian facilities, parking and curb space management, and Transportation Demand Management (TDM, and identifies deficiencies along with opportunities for improvements to the system. Recommended improvements to Rosslyn's transportation system are based on and consistent with Arlington County's Master Transportation Plan. The study is intended to inform the transportation component of the new Rosslyn Sector Plan Addendum to be undertaken in 2012.
An updated final draft of the Rosslyn Multimodal Transportation Study is posted for discussion by the Arlington community. Please contact Kelly Cornell for additional information on this study.