Most Recent Posts

“Taming Our Arterials” Webinar, September 29 @ 7 PM September 13, 2022 - Multi-lane suburban arterial roads–such as Routes 1, 28, 123, and 234 Business in Prince William County– are dangerous and hostile for pedestrians and bicyclists.  How can we make these roads safer?  That’s the theme of this virtual panel discussion on Thursday, September 29, 2022 at 7 p.m., sponsored by our friends at the Fairfax Alliance […]
Our Comments on NVTA’s Draft Transportation Plan September 12, 2022 - On September 8, 2022, the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority held a public hearing on its draft five-year update to TransAction, the regional authority’s long-range transportation plan for Northern Virginia.   Active Prince William’s co-chairs, Mark Scheufler and Allen Muchnick, delivered separate oral statements at this hearing, and both statements are posted below.   A recording of the […]

OUR PRIORITIES
Active Prince William is presently focused on the following priorities:

  • Influencing the coming updates to the Mobility and Land Use Chapters of the Prince William County Comprehensive Plan and local Small Area Plans
  • Improving the transparency, public-input opportunities, equity, and sustainability of local and regional transportation infrastructure decisions, by advocating for citizen multimodal transportation advisory commissions in Prince William County, Manassas, and Manassas Park
  • Strengthening agency active transportation and trail programs in Prince William County, Manassas, and Manassas Park
  • Improving local policies and standards for adequate bicycle parking accommodations at various types of community destinations
  • Advancing Safe Routes to Schools programs
  • Growing Active Prince William to become an effective and sustainable nonprofit advocacy organization