You can also visit our Take Action page to write elected officials in your local jurisdiction about these important issues.
If you live in Montgomery County and are interested in getting more involved with our work, there are many ways to get involved – if you aren’t sure how you want to help, be in touch! Here are just a few ways:
- Sign the petition: Let your leaders know you’re ready for the Next Generation of Transit by signing our petition.
- Events: We’d love to meet you at an upcoming event – check the front page for upcoming happy hours, forums, and more.
- Partner: Do you represent a community organization, non-profit, or some other like-minded entity and want to collaborate? Let us know!
- Volunteer: Want to put your skills and passion to work? Possible volunteer opportunities include assisting with events, research, and helping with outreach to other county residents. Drop us a line to discuss how you might like to get involved.
- Request a presentation: Is your community or organization interested in learning more about the Next Generation of Transit? Let us know if you’d like to host a presentation.
- Speak up: There will be multiple opportunities to testify or participate in public meetings about transit in Montgomery County, and it’s important that your leaders hear from you.
- Fairfax Countywide Transit Network Study: In Fairfax County, officials are planning for a high quality rapid transit network as the County grows. Be sure to check out the Countywide Transit Network Study page, and sign up for updates about upcoming public meetings and ways to participate.
- Route 7 Transit Alternatives Study: The Northern Virginia Transportation Commission is conducting a study and public outreach to determine a transit alternative for Route 7 connecting Tysons to Alexandria that will make the corridor “more accessible, more desirable, and easier to travel through”. Visit their site to find out more and weigh in.