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PWC Seeks Public Feedback on Its Proposed Trails Element for Its Comp Plan Update November 26, 2021 - Prince William County government emailed the following public notice on November 24, 2021.  Active Prince William encourages all active mobility and trail advocates to carefully review this Interactive Trails Comment Map for omissions and deficiencies and to submit specific feedback using the built-in comment feature. An interactive Trails Comment Map is now available as part […]
Active Prince William Advocates Reforms at NoVA Transportation Meeting January 7, 2022 - Active Prince William Co-Chairs Allen Muchnick and Mark Scheufler submitted the following statements for the Annual Joint Northern Virginia Transportation Public Meeting that was held on December 15, 2021. Northern Virginia needs a transportation system that moves people and goods effectively, safely, equitably, and sustainably.  Sadly, our region’s pursuit of wider and faster roads over […]
Our Final Comments on the Proposed Route 234-Brentsville Road Interchange Design December 22, 2021 - Active Prince William submitted the following public comments to the Prince William County Department of Transportation in response to its December 8, 2021 Design Public Hearing on its proposed Interchange at Route 234 and Brentsville Road.  The public comment period closed on December 18, 2021. The advertised design of the above-referenced project does not safely […]

 

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

  • Influencing the coming updates to the Prince William County Strategic Plan, the Mobility and Land Use Chapters of the 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