The City of Alexandria 11 June 2023301 King Street, Suite 2300Alexandria, VA 22314 Attn: Mayor Wilson, Vice Mayor Jackson and City Council Members Cc: T&ES, Transportation Commission Alexandria Families for Safe Streets (AFSS) supports Duke Street in Motion Advisory Group’srecommendation DSIM Advisory Group’s recommendation. We view the proposed changes to DukeStreet to be a generational transformation opportunity to update a traditional 4 to 6 lane street corridordesigned decades ago to maximized traffic flow into a 21st century multimodal thoroughfare. The projectis a critical infrastructure investment for Alexandria to meet the population growth forecasted in thewest end of Duke Street. The need to develop efficient and

The Alexandria Families for Safe Streets newsletter for Spring 2023 has just been posted! Check out the newest updates at the link below! If you have any issues viewing the PDF in your browser, there is a download option in the top right of the PDF viewer.

For Immediate Release: February 14, 2023 Alexandria, VA: Northern Virginia Families for Safe Streets (NoVA FSS), the leading pedestrian safety advocacy organization in Fairfax, Arlington and Alexandria, is launching the new version of the Near Miss and Dangerous Locations data reporting and dashboard, a crowdsourced reporting application and data visualization platform. Near Miss and Dangerous Location reports are submitted by people who walk, bike or drive on Northern Virginia streets, roads and sidewalks. The collected data is available to the public at no cost. This data is also used to inform Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT), Fairfax County Department of Transportation (FCDOT), Alexandria Transportation and Environmental Services

A summary of the Alexandria Families for Safe Streets (AFSS) September 20, 2022 meeting is now available. Please read the September 2022 meeting notes and find out how you can get involved.