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Fairfax County is transforming Tysons to create a livable, walkable, and sustainable community. The Metrorail Silver Line stations are the foundation of the radical transportation change, and bicycles will be a key tool in the new ways of travel.
The remaking of Tysons will influence development and transportation across Fairfax County for the next 40 years. From Merrifield to Springfield, Huntington to Reston, bicycle transportation will be a vital link in local travel choices.
The Summit Conversation:
- Importance of bicycling to Future Tysons
- Bicycle and transit integration
- Access and encouragement for all
- Bikes and business
- Safety, law enforcement, and evaluation
- What's next for Fairfax biking?
- All interested citizens
- Community and business leaders
- Tysons employers and employees
- Health professionals and enthusiasts
- Innovators and organizers
- Those who would like to improve local
The summit is open to everyone. Registration is required and the cost is $25 (sponsorship and volunteer opportunities available). The $25 registration fee will help offset the costs of putting on the summit. Any proceeds will help support FABB's ongoing advocacy work.
Pre-Summit Activities: You may choose from two (optional) pre-summit events: 1) a pre-summit ride from Tysons to Mason, or 2) a bicycle advocacy workshop. Both will be held on the morning of the summit.
Display space is available for bicycle businesses and organizations. Further information is available at fabb-bikes.org/summit, or by clicking "contact the organizer" on this page.
The summit is staged by Fairfax Advocates for Better Bicycling in partnership with George Mason University, Fairfax County and the City of Fairfax.