Now you can monitor the traffic moving through Tysons Corner—24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Live maps show you what’s happening on our major roadways, allowing you to better plan your commute. Check traffic cams
Anyone who passes through Tysons Corner today is keenly aware that the transformation of Tysons Corner from a suburban office park to a vital, vibrant urban center has begun in earnest. Signs of this transformation are everywhere. The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority and the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) signed the full funding grant agreement to help fund Phase 1 of the Metrorail project through Tysons Corner to Wiehle Avenue. Utility relocation along Route 7 and Route 123 is only the beginning of construction which will continue for the next few years. Phase I will be completed in 2013. Construction of the HOT lanes project is also visible on Routes 123 and 7 and all along I-495 (the Capital Beltway) and I-95. In the private sector, there are numerous construction projects in various phases of planning and development and the number of these projects will continue to grow with each passing month.
While the long-term opportunities and benefits will be tremendous, all of this work poses short-term challenges for the Tysons Corner community. Everyone must play a part – government, business leaders, and community organizations; as well as employers, employees, and residents. We must work together to alleviate any additional congestion that will be caused as Tysons Corner grows and KEEP TYSONS MOVING through the difficult five-year construction period and into the future as well.
Employer Service Team – Professionals dedicated to solving your company’s and your employees’ transportation challenges. Visit www.vamegaprojects.com/employer-solutions/ or call 877-959-5222. for more information.
Telework!VA Program implementation and financial assistance. Visit www.teleworkva.org or call 866-469-1010 for information.
TYSONS EXPRESS – New express bus service from Prince William County
Electronic display signs in Tysons Center Mall showing…………
Traffic Cameras being installed at locations throughout Tysons to provide better coverage of traffic congestion. Visit traffic land or 511 to view. TYSONS CONNECTOR shuttle service beginning November 23 provides mid-day service in central Tysons allowing travel without using personal automobiles. View more details