Transportation in Virginia

The Transportation in Virginia report provides an in-depth overview of existing conditions throughout the multimodal transportation network, including assets, and services. It will be updated during the Spring and early Summer of 2019.

Transportation in Virginia

The Transportation in Virginia report provides an in-depth overview of existing conditions throughout the multimodal transportation network, including assets, and services. It will be updated during the Spring and early Summer of 2019.

What's in the Report?

  • The various State, regional, and local organizations responsible for planning, funding, constructing, and/or implementing transportation networks in the Commonwealth
  • Funding programs and types of projects
  • Characteristics of Virginia relevant to transportation planning
  • Existing, planned, and programmed transportation infrastructure and assets, including information such as numbers and lifecycles of bridges, buses, and miles of pavement; accessibility for various types of travelers to transit, roadway, bicycle, pedestrian, and freight networks; and costs to operate and maintain each system
  • Current planning considerations and initiatives to address or support economic vitality, technology, security, land use and livability, equity, environment, energy needs, etc.
  • Decision-making processes for allocating funds, such as evolving prioritization methods and funding programs
  • Relevant State and Federal requirements such as topics that must be addressed in multimodal plans, frequency of plan updates, public involvement, performance measures, and targets