The Southeast Fairfax Development Corporation and Mount Vernon-Lee Chamber of Commerce recently offered updates on the development of the Richmond Highway Corridor that will provide additional transportation options from Hunting Metro to Fort Belvoir. Farifax County Economic Development Authority reported many of the highlights of what is to come along on Route 1:
* Nine bus rapid transit (BRT) stations will be established along the corridor.
* Stops include Huntington, Penn Daw, Beacon Hill, Lockheed Blvd., Hybla Valley, Gum Springs, South County Center, Woodlawn, and Fort Belvoir.
* Establishment of BRT stations is predicted to stimulate economic development along the corridor.
* The route along Richmond Highway includes four “opportunity zones” that will include “transit-oriented developments, mixed-use projects, and workforce or affordable housing, as well as business retention and expansion efforts and public-private partnerships.”
Read the story from Fairfax County Economic Development Authority here.
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