Fairfax County leaders set to endorse new ‘Safe Streets for All’ program

Fairfax County has a new plan that will guide efforts to make streets safer for pedestrians, cyclists, and others.

The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors is slated to endorse a Safe Streets for All Program at its meeting today (Tuesday).

“The purpose of the Safe Streets for All Program is to improve transportation safety in Fairfax County, particularly for active transportation users,” county staff said in a board packet. “The program framework includes systemic education, policy, planning, programmatic and design strategies.”

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