Reston Funding Plan: Potential Sources for Revenue for Funding Reston Transportation Improvements, December 14, 2015
This presentation examines the various sources of revenue that may be used to fund the $2.63 billion cost of implementing Reston's major transportation improvements. Some of these require authority from the state, others do not. It describes how the Tysons infrastructure funding effort works.
Reston Network Analysis--2050 Unmitigated Results--January 11, 2016
This presentation lays out the results of FCDOT's 2050 simulation of traffic conditions in the Phase 1 (station areas plus Reston Town Center). It focuses on the major intersections, which broadly failing, but also includes data on the network of local streets. It also describes the "tiered approach" to mitigating traffic delays from least costly to most costly.
Reston Network Analysis--2050 Unmitigated Results--January 15, 2016
It is not clear what difference there is between this copy of the presentation and the one above.Reston Network Analysis--Community Kick-Off, February 1, 2016
This is the briefing FCDOT provided a community meeting on the RNAG's efforts. It describes the Phase 1 Comprehensive Plan that is driving the work of RNAG and concurrent Reston efforts, focusing on the need for a "grid of streets" within the station areas (although little of the preceding suggests RNAG has discussed the grid very much). It provides an overview of the traffic conditions current and future plus a summary of the mitigation strategy. It describes the process with working with the community and stakeholder groups--which are different--as well as the public.Minutes
September 15, 2015 Minutes
Described as the second meeting of the RNAG (there are no earlier minutes), these minutes focused on the process for proceeding with the study.November 9, 2015 Minutes
The meeting seems to have focused on the existing conditions with a preliminary overview of the funding issues.December 14, 2015 Minutes
The meeting focused on the Reston funding plan presentation above.