Options like taking public transportation, walking and biking are more accessible thanks to a growing infrastructure of bus lines, bike lanes, and sidewalks. Other options like carpooling or vanpooling are assisted by the Commuter Connections program. Teleworking and flexible workweeks add even more ways to reduce traffic congestion and vehicle emissions.
Take advantage of the great opportunities that will help you leave your car at home!
Information on biking in the City of Fairfax.
Information on walkability in the City of Fairfax. Walkable neighborhoods and commercial areas promote better health, energy savings, improved air quality, and vibrant, connected communities.
Information on the City of Fairfax's public transportation system.
Commuter Connections is a regional network of transportation organizations coordinated by the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments. Commuter Connections provides complimentary information on a host of commuter programs (e.g. Ridesharing Program, Guaranteed Ride Home Program) to assist in determining which commuting option works best for you.
In the market for a new vehicle? Information on the EPA's Green Vehicle Guide. Use this guide to assist you with choosing the cleanest vehicle available that meets your needs.