FAIRFAX, Va. — Like its next-door neighbor in Arlington, Fairfax County has grand visions for alternative transportation, and planners want to spend millions more taxpayer dollars to get there.
A proposed $100 million transit referendum earmarks $85 million for new bikeways and pedestrian paths. The outlays come on top of more than $200 million in bike-ped projects already approved.
“This doesn’t make any more sense than a $1 million bus stop,” Supervisor Pet Herrity said, referring to Arlington’s notorious “Super Stops.”
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