Friday, January 11, 2008

Northern Virginia Transportation Authority Approves $392 Million Spending Plan

According to today's Washington Post, the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority voted unanimously yesterday to approve a $392 million spending plan that has been under development by local officials for months. Under the plan, funding will go to Metro and several projects, including a park-and-ride lot in the Sterling area, bus shelters in Falls Church, the widening of the Prince William County Parkway and the construction of a streetcar line along Columbia Pike.

Scott K. York, Chairman of the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors, is a voting member of the NVTA, which is chaired by Christopher Zimmerman, a member of the Arlington County Board of Supervisors. Martin Nohe of the Coles Magisterial District on the Prince William Board of County Supervisors serves as vice chairman.

NVTA has information on their Web site explaining the tax fee collection guidelines and other information, including "Tax & Fee Guides," which include:

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