East-West Mobility Study

About the Study

Automobile congestion is a major problem in our region. Major road and rail improvements under construction or planned for the near future have focused on north-south movements of people and goods. The FAMPO Intraregional Multimodal East-West Mobility Study will examine the east-west movement of people and goods in the FAMPO region. The study will reveal problem areas and provide possible solutions for reducing traffic congestion and increasing access to a variety of transportation modes.

The project will be divided into two phases.

Phase I will identify multimodal transit options, transportation demand management strategies, and related transportation improvements to improve intraregional east-west mobility. Bike and pedestrian links to transit will also be examined. 

Phase II will identify roadway, bike, and pedestrian changes that could improve east-west mobility. This phase will include detailed route alignment and right-of-way engineering for all modes, where applicable. 

Open the presentation tab on this page to learn more about the study and its progression. Questions about the study should be sent to Ian Ollis at ollis@gwregion.org.

Meeting Information

The stakeholder meetings listed below are open to the public. Members of the public may attend and observe staff presentations and stakeholder discussions.

All meetings will be held in the FAMPO conference room located in the George Washington Regional Commission building at 406 Princess Anne Street in downtown Fredericksburg. Parking directions can be found here.

To attend meetings virtually, go to https://georgewashingtonregionalcommission-601.my.webex.com/join/FAMPO You can also join via phone: 1 (650) 479-3208 Access Code: 2630-410-3125

Phase I

Phase II


Phase I:

Meeting 1: Presentation

Meeting 2: Presentation

Meeting 3: Presentation

Meeting 4: Presentation

Phase II:

Meeting 1: Presentation

Meeting 2: Presentation

Meeting 3: Presentation

Picture of a FAMPO meeting. People sitting at a table and listening to a presenter pointing to a power point.