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The Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation (DRPT) requires public transit operators and commuter assistance providers receiving state funding, which includes Loudoun County, to prepare, adopt, and submit a Transit Development Plan and Commuter Assistance Program plan. These plans provide the foundation for DRPT funding requests and feed directly into their programming process, including the Statewide Transit Six-Year Plan. More information about grant programs and requirements is provided at drpt.virginia.gov.
Loudoun County is currently updating its Transit and Commuter Assistance Program strategic plans and we need your help to shape the future of bus and commuting services in Loudoun County. Regardless of whether you’ve ever ridden a bus or taken a carpool or vanpool in the County, we want to hear from you about your transportation experiences, priorities, and needs. Your feedback will help us make sure the plans meet the needs of the community.
The Loudoun County Transit Strategic Plan (TSP) is a 10-year, mid-term service plan document with adjustments made annually, as necessary, to keep the plan current. It is designed to identify needs and resources for improving bus services for the public.
The Loudoun County Commuter Assistance Program Strategic Plan (CAPSP) is a five-year, mid-term service plan document with adjustments made annually, as necessary, to keep the plan current. It is designed to identify needs and resources for providing commuter assistance programs that reduce driving alone and increase carpool, vanpool and transit use.
The following plans and programs are referenced during the Loudoun County Transit and Commuter Services strategic planning process: