Most Recent Posts

Climate Action: What Prince William County Can Do Now August 3, 2020 - At the peak of the lockdown period from COVID19 we witnessed an “extreme” effect on carbon emissions, causing a 17% drop globally. As our economy begins to recover and emissions begin increasing again, we are presented with an enormous opportunity for growth. The clean energy sector has been one of the fastest-growing in recent years […]
Active Prince William Policy Positions for Active, Equitable, and Sustainable Mobility in Prince William County, Manassas, and Manassas Park (Revised 1/20/2020) August 16, 2019 - 1) Establish Citizen Transportation Advisory Commissions for Prince William County, Manassas, and Manassas Park. 2) Provide Meaningful and Robust Public Participation Processes for the Coming Comprehensive Plan Updates for the County and Cities. 3) Expand and Enhance Public Transportation as an Effective Travel Choice: a) Add midday, evening, and reverse-commute VRE trips, possibly as shortened […]
Route 28 Bypass Resources July 30, 2020 - Active Prince William Documents Active Prince William’s rebuttal to the alleged benefits of building the Route 28 Bypass, as asserted by the Northern Virginia Transportation Alliance Question & answer exchange with PWC Transportation staff regarding the Route 28 Bypass Project on July 10, 2020 Question & answer exchange with the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority regarding […]

 

OUR PRIORITIES
Over the next year, Active Prince William will be focused on the following priorities:

  • Mapping Existing Bicycle and Pedestrian Infrastructure – To Find Out What We Have and Where There are Unmet Needs that Should be Addressed
  • Park & Ride Lot and Virginia Railway Express (VRE) Station Bicycle and Pedestrian Accessibility and Bicycle Parking
  • Safe Routes to Schools and Bicycle Parking at Schools
  • Growing Bicycling Friendly Businesses