2015 Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Candidate Survey

FABB recently sent a candidate survey to all Fairfax Count Board of Supervisor candidates. The purpose of the survey is to gauge candidate's commitment to improving bicycling options in Fairfax County. The questions and candidate responses are contained below:

Chairman

Sharon S. Bulova (D)

  1. Do you agree with the following statement? "I support safe bicycling as an integral part of the overall transportation options in Fairfax County."

    Yes

  2. One of the recommendations of the Bicycle Master Plan adopted by the Board of Supervisors in October, 2014 is to "Allocate an annual budget dedicated to bicycle planning and programming initiatives, and small scale capital projects such as: installation of bicycle parking racks and lockers; signs for signed bicycle routes; curb ramps; and small bicycle and trail access projects."
    1. Do you support implementation of this recommendation?

      Yes

    2. If so, how will you support it?

      Through the annual budget process. Also I support these recommendations as part of our bond referendums, such as the referendum successfully passed last year.
  3. Would you sponsor or support a motion for Fairfax County to seek recognition as a Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists?

    Yes

  4. The Bicycle Master Plan also recommends development of an encouragement and education program call Bike Fairfax with dedicated staff separate from the Bike Program staff. The program could be funded using Transportation Demand Management (TDM) and Federal Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) sources. Will you support Bike Fairfax funding in the FY 2017 budget?

    Yes

  5. Please comment on your bicycling experiences and your efforts to support better bicycling to places of work, play, study, and worship.

  6. While I am not a bicyclist, my sister has been a strong advocate for bicycling. She has traveled through Africa, France, Australia and the U.S. by bike. In my next life I want to come back as my sister, Marmie.

    I personally witnessed the benefit of providing facilities supportive of bike travel when:

    1. As Braddock District Supervisor I worked with the Burke Centre community to connect several trails that would allow for better bike and pedestrian access to the Burke Centre VRE Station. On the day we cut the ribbon for the first trail connection, thirty people on bike and foot came through the woods on the trail and got onto a VRE train.
    2. The second affirmation has been the bike room at the Wiehle Reston East Silver Line Station. The room filled up during the very first week, proving "If you build it they will come."

Arthur G. Purves (R)


Glenda Gail Parker (IG)

  1. Do you agree with the following statement? "I support safe bicycling as an integral part of the overall transportation options in Fairfax County."

    Yes. We are for More Trains, Less Traffic and More Bikes, Less Traffic! We also support bringing Bike Share to Fairfax County and more, better bike lanes. Bikes help us to have cleaner air and water, cut dependency on fossil fuels. Please encourage your membership to sign our petitions. That is how we put rail-friendly, bike-friendly candidates on the ballot! Independent Green Party of Virginia.

  2. One of the recommendations of the Bicycle Master Plan adopted by the Board of Supervisors in October, 2014 is to "Allocate an annual budget dedicated to bicycle planning and programming initiatives, and small scale capital projects such as: installation of bicycle parking racks and lockers; signs for signed bicycle routes; curb ramps; and small bicycle and trail access projects."
    1. Do you support implementation of this recommendation?

      Yes.

    2. If so, how will you support it?

      I would vote to fund it and work to put more Rail-friendly, Bike-friendly candidates on the ballot. In 50 to 60% of the races there is only one candidate on the ballot: the incumbent. We believe that our Republic works better when voters have a choice. Support the IG's on the ballot, Independent Greens of Virginia.
  3. Would you sponsor or support a motion for Fairfax County to seek recognition as a Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists?

    Yes.

  4. The Bicycle Master Plan also recommends development of an encouragement and education program call Bike Fairfax with dedicated staff separate from the Bike Program staff. The program could be funded using Transportation Demand Management (TDM) and Federal Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) sources. Will you support Bike Fairfax funding in the FY 2017 budget?

    Yes. The Fairfax County Infrastructure budget can be restructured to eliminate subsidizes to big Oil, big Asphalt and fossil fuels. Giving half a trillion dollars in taxpayer subsidies annually worldwide to big Oil is fiscal lunacy!

    Bike Share makes money! New Tracks, More Trains, More Often to More Places is a positive solution. The Green New Deal is solar panels, and geothermal heating and cooling on and in every public building. Renewable energy makes money for taxpayers! Investment in Green Energy makes money.

  5. Please comment on your bicycling experiences and your efforts to support better bicycling to places of work, play, study, and worship.

    I ride a leisure bike. I have long been a supporter of Rail and Bikes, encouraging my neighborhood condo association to provide bike racks and lobbying Fairfax County for more and safer bike lanes for our community.

Braddock

Janet S. Oleszek (D)

  1. Do you agree with the following statement? "I support safe bicycling as an integral part of the overall transportation options in Fairfax County."

    Yes

  2. One of the recommendations of the Bicycle Master Plan adopted by the Board of Supervisors in October, 2014 is to "Allocate an annual budget dedicated to bicycle planning and programming initiatives, and small scale capital projects such as: installation of bicycle parking racks and lockers; signs for signed bicycle routes; curb ramps; and small bicycle and trail access projects."
    1. Do you support implementation of this recommendation?

      Yes

    2. If so, how will you support it?

      I would work with my colleagues on the Board of Supervisors to make the implementation of the Bicycle Master Plan a priority in the FY 2017 Budget. I believe that implementing this not only creates a safer way for bikes to travel throughout the county, but it also encourages residents to utilize bikes to commute thus reducing automobile congestion. As a component of the LiveHealthy Fairfax Community Health improvement Plan of 2013-2018, we can transform our community into a more mobile, active lifestyle resulting in improved public health for our residents.
  3. Would you sponsor or support a motion for Fairfax County to seek recognition as a Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists?

    Yes

  4. The Bicycle Master Plan also recommends development of an encouragement and education program call Bike Fairfax with dedicated staff separate from the Bike Program staff. The program could be funded using Transportation Demand Management (TDM) and Federal Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) sources. Will you support Bike Fairfax funding in the FY 2017 budget?

    Yes

  5. Please comment on your bicycling experiences and your efforts to support better bicycling to places of work, play, study, and worship.

    When I served on the Fairfax County School Board, I advocated rigorously for students to bicycle to school. It is clear that our children would benefit from more physical activity, and for those areas of the county that had safe bicycling routes to school, I did and will in the future support the appropriation of funds to ensure that the roadways to schools are appropriately marked, with adequate bicycle signage for both bicyclists and motorists. As part of a coordinated effort I believe that the county can integrate services necessary to expand opportunities to bicycle for pleasure, for commuting and for employment. Braddock District will benefit from additional bike lanes along Wakefield Chapel Road, and along the route to both VRE stations.

John C. Cook (R)

  1. Do you agree with the following statement? "I support safe bicycling as an integral part of the overall transportation options in Fairfax County."

    Yes

  2. One of the recommendations of the Bicycle Master Plan adopted by the Board of Supervisors in October, 2014 is to "Allocate an annual budget dedicated to bicycle planning and programming initiatives, and small scale capital projects such as: installation of bicycle parking racks and lockers; signs for signed bicycle routes; curb ramps; and small bicycle and trail access projects."
    1. Do you support implementation of this recommendation?

    2. If so, how will you support it?

      I believe this recommendation was well founded and am in support of moving in this direction. Unfortunately, given tight budgets I think we are a few years from making it a reality. However, as the economy grows these types of supplemental infrastructure funds that are small in scale, but large in impact to the community need to be implemented by the Board.
  3. Would you sponsor or support a motion for Fairfax County to seek recognition as a Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists?

    Yes. I believe aspirational goals are important and many of the "Attributes of a Bicycle Friendly Community" as outlined by the Bike League are items the County should strive towards. Doing so will have additional spillover benefits beyond improved bicycling access as well; including improving overall community connectivity and making it safer for kids to walk to school.

  4. The Bicycle Master Plan also recommends development of an encouragement and education program call Bike Fairfax with dedicated staff separate from the Bike Program staff. The program could be funded using Transportation Demand Management (TDM) and Federal Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) sources. Will you support Bike Fairfax funding in the FY 2017 budget?

    I think this is a worthwhile endeavor in concept. Unfortunately, given our nominal economic growth and significant funding demands to meet increasing needs in our school system, the public safety staffing plan and mental health services I believe the budget in FY 2017 will be too tight to accommodate. However, as the economy starts to grow again, this should absolutely be considered.

  5. Please comment on your bicycling experiences and your efforts to support better bicycling to places of work, play, study, and worship.

    As Braddock Supervisor, I've learned quite a lot about the importance of bicycling through your members as well as from my constituents. Some of the things I have done in office were host a Braddock Bike Day, film a segment of my monthly TV show on bicycling and bike safety, and had a member of my staff take an active role on the committee that worked on the Bicycle Master Plan. I also worked with FCDOT and the Park Authority on a project to improve sections of the Cross County Trail in Wakefield. My office is also a popular location for County Bike Maps and we always keep a healthy supply on hand at all times. Growing up in Upstate New York, I biked quite a bit - once I even took a 40-mile trip (each way) to the Baseball Hall of Fame. Now, I like to get out with my kids whenever I can to ride around on the neighborhood streets and through Lake Accotink Park.

Carey C. Campbell (IG)

  1. Do you agree with the following statement? "I support safe bicycling as an integral part of the overall transportation options in Fairfax County."

    Yes, Sir. I agree.

  2. One of the recommendations of the Bicycle Master Plan adopted by the Board of Supervisors in October, 2014 is to "Allocate an annual budget dedicated to bicycle planning and programming initiatives, and small scale capital projects such as: installation of bicycle parking racks and lockers; signs for signed bicycle routes; curb ramps; and small bicycle and trail access projects."
    1. Do you support implementation of this recommendation?

      Yes, Sir, I do support the recommendation.

    2. If so, how will you support it?

      As in Independent Green Party endorsed Independent candidate, I support the Green Party Green New Deal. This is a massive increase in funding for walkable, bikeable, pedestrian, and rail friendly communities.

      We need to cut taxpayer subsidies to zero for big auto, big oil, and fossil fuels.

      Those funds should go into bikes, rail, pedestrian alternatives. As a Braddock District supervisor I would oppose billion dollar boondoggle toll roads. I would support bike lanes, and bike share every where.
  3. Would you sponsor or support a motion for Fairfax County to seek recognition as a Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists?

    Yes, Sir.

  4. The Bicycle Master Plan also recommends development of an encouragement and education program call Bike Fairfax with dedicated staff separate from the Bike Program staff. The program could be funded using Transportation Demand Management (TDM) and Federal Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) sources. Will you support Bike Fairfax funding in the FY 2017 budget?

    Yes, Sir. As Braddock District supervisor, I would work with you to be the most pro-bike supervisor in the history of Fairfax County.

  5. Please comment on your bicycling experiences and your efforts to support better bicycling to places of work, play, study, and worship.

    I used to bike to work before my knee troubles. As a U.S. Air Force veteran, I was stationed in Europe. So, I know first hand what great economic, and money making opportunities bikes mean for our Fairfax County communities. I have just finished reading Ralf Fuecks new book "Green Growth, Smart Growth", and Jeff Speck's "Walkable City". Both show us bikes are the way to good health, and good business. Bikes are money makers, and planet savers.

    This is my sixth campaign for local office in 16 years. In each race, I have supported biking. "Bring Bike Share to Braddock" is one of my campaign slogans.

Dranesville

John W. Foust (D)

  1. Do you agree with the following statement? "I support safe bicycling as an integral part of the overall transportation options in Fairfax County."

    Yes

  2. One of the recommendations of the Bicycle Master Plan adopted by the Board of Supervisors in October, 2014 is to "Allocate an annual budget dedicated to bicycle planning and programming initiatives, and small scale capital projects such as: installation of bicycle parking racks and lockers; signs for signed bicycle routes; curb ramps; and small bicycle and trail access projects."
    1. Do you support implementation of this recommendation?

      Yes

    2. If so, how will you support it?

      I supported including significant investments in bicycle facilities and infrastructure in the County's six year transportation plan. These include projects that are exclusively for bikes as well as major shared use trails that are included in the funding for other large transportation projects. I support including dedicated funding in the operating budget for smaller projects but we are dealing with huge budget challenges. We need to continue to work together to keep making progress on bike projects.
  3. Would you sponsor or support a motion for Fairfax County to seek recognition as a Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists?

    Yes

  4. The Bicycle Master Plan also recommends development of an encouragement and education program call Bike Fairfax with dedicated staff separate from the Bike Program staff. The program could be funded using Transportation Demand Management (TDM) and Federal Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) sources. Will you support Bike Fairfax funding in the FY 2017 budget?

    I support including Bike Fairfax in the budget. However, the FY2017 budget presents huge challenges. It is premature to support adding things to that budget until we fully evaluate those challenges and adopt a plan for addressing them. As we develop the FY2017 budget, I will work to find ways to include Bike Fairfax. In the interim, I will work to protect the bike investments we are making and funding for the numerous bike projects we are implementing in my district.

  5. Please comment on your bicycling experiences and your efforts to support better bicycling to places of work, play, study, and worship.

    I have consistently supported bike access and safety projects in my district and have obtained significant funding to complete several of them, especially around schools and new Metro stations. On the Board, I regularly support and defend the investments the county is making in bike programs and projects. I worked hard to implement the first bicycle way finding project (in McLean) and I regularly support programs that inform the public about the importance and benefits of biking, like Bike to Work day. I have worked with the community to provide valuable input to the Bicycle Master Plan process.

Jennifer C. Chronis (R)


Hunter Mill

Catherine M. Hudgins (D)

  1. Do you agree with the following statement? "I support safe bicycling as an integral part of the overall transportation options in Fairfax County."

    Yes

  2. One of the recommendations of the Bicycle Master Plan adopted by the Board of Supervisors in October, 2014 is to "Allocate an annual budget dedicated to bicycle planning and programming initiatives, and small scale capital projects such as: installation of bicycle parking racks and lockers; signs for signed bicycle routes; curb ramps; and small bicycle and trail access projects."
    1. Do you support implementation of this recommendation?

      Yes

    2. If so, how will you support it?

      Just as we allocate a specific portion of transportation funding for other modes, funding support should be designated to meet specific projects based upon planning infrastructure for safe bicycling.
  3. Would you sponsor or support a motion for Fairfax County to seek recognition as a Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists?

    Certainly

  4. The Bicycle Master Plan also recommends development of an encouragement and education program call Bike Fairfax with dedicated staff separate from the Bike Program staff. The program could be funded using Transportation Demand Management (TDM) and Federal Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) sources. Will you support Bike Fairfax funding in the FY 2017 budget?

    Yes I would gladly request the County Executive add to FY2017 Budget.

  5. Please comment on your bicycling experiences and your efforts to support better bicycling to places of work, play, study, and worship.

    I am a FABB supporter and believe the members have been helpful in assisting policy makers to recognize that cycling is not only recreational, but if made an essential part of the transportation system with the same commitments for investing, the entire community benefits. I have consistently supported their efforts and look forward to continuing.

Lee

Jeffrey C. McKay (D)

  1. Do you agree with the following statement? "I support safe bicycling as an integral part of the overall transportation options in Fairfax County."

    Yes. As chair of the Board of Supervisor's Transportation Committee, I offered the board matter that created the County's first Bicycle Master Plan. We now have a County bicycle map and a full-time staff position dedicated to bicycle coordination, planning, and implementation. The master plan calls for the addition of 1,130 miles in on- and off-road bike routes across the County, more than triple today's 353 miles. Also included in the plan are new facilities and additional bike racks, as well as improvements to existing trails.

    The plan is intended to meet the safety, access, and mobility needs of bicyclists, encourage more people to bicycle, and to make Fairfax County bicycle-friendly and safe. It encourages bicycle use for transportation, especially for non-commuting trips and it provides for tracking annual progress in reaching the goals of bicycle travel demand and infrastructure.

    In Lee District alone, the plan adds more than 25 miles of bicycle lanes and nearly 10 miles of shared-use paths.

    Although some of the new facilities called for in the plan are many years in the future, some on-road lanes can be created today by reconfiguring existing road markings and the County has already begun that work. In fact, almost all of the county's existing on-road bike lanes were installed at no cost to us through the Virginia Department of Transportation's annual repaving program or through new road expansion or construction.

  2. One of the recommendations of the Bicycle Master Plan adopted by the Board of Supervisors in October, 2014 is to "Allocate an annual budget dedicated to bicycle planning and programming initiatives, and small scale capital projects such as: installation of bicycle parking racks and lockers; signs for signed bicycle routes; curb ramps; and small bicycle and trail access projects."
    1. Do you support implementation of this recommendation?

      Yes, as soon as our economic situation allows. In fiscal year 2017, we are looking at significant shortfalls in both the County and the schools budgets and we still face challenges meeting all of our needs. I believe we have made major strides to promote bicycling but acknowledge that we still have a ways to go.

    2. If so, how will you support it?

      This should be part of our County budget planning process early on.
  3. Would you sponsor or support a motion for Fairfax County to seek recognition as a Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists?

    Yes

  4. The Bicycle Master Plan also recommends development of an encouragement and education program call Bike Fairfax with dedicated staff separate from the Bike Program staff. The program could be funded using Transportation Demand Management (TDM) and Federal Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) sources. Will you support Bike Fairfax funding in the FY 2017 budget?

    As mentioned previously, we are expecting significant funding challenges in FY2017. When our fiscal situation allows, I would strongly support funding Bike Fairfax. However, while I am unaware of any federal restrictions on using CMAQ funds for the Bike Fairfax program, the County has a policy of not using these funds for ongoing operating programs. These funds are dedicated to capital or start-up costs so that once a program becomes part of the baseline, so to speak, funding needs to come from other sources. I am certainly willing to investigate funding options.

  5. Please comment on your bicycling experiences and your efforts to support better bicycling to places of work, play, study, and worship.

    Bicycling has always been part of my life. Not only is it an efficient, environmental, and cost effective means of transportation-it's fun. For a number of years, the Lee District Supervisor's office held a yearly Tour de Lee which gave bicyclists of varying levels (including children) the opportunity to tour different sections of Lee District.

    I've participated in the County's Bike to Work Day and encouraged my constituents to do so too.

    As chair of the Board's Transportation Committee, I have strongly supported bicycling as a transportation alternative and will continue to do so. I have also worked with VDOT on including bicycle lanes on our roads.

    And lastly, personally, I am an avid cyclist. While not a daily bicycle commuter, I am involved in the cyclist community and promote safe cycling with my children.

Mason

Penelope A. "Penny" Gross (D)


  1. Do you agree with the following statement? "I support safe bicycling as an integral part of the overall transportation options in Fairfax County."

    Yes

  2. One of the recommendations of the Bicycle Master Plan adopted by the Board of Supervisors in October, 2014 is to "Allocate an annual budget dedicated to bicycle planning and programming initiatives, and small scale capital projects such as: installation of bicycle parking racks and lockers; signs for signed bicycle routes; curb ramps; and small bicycle and trail access projects."
    1. Do you support implementation of this recommendation?

      Yes

    2. If so, how will you support it?

      Work with community and County Executive to develop a strategy that could be included in budget.
  3. Would you sponsor or support a motion for Fairfax County to seek recognition as a Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists?

    I would absolutely support a motion.

  4. The Bicycle Master Plan also recommends development of an encouragement and education program call Bike Fairfax with dedicated staff separate from the Bike Program staff. The program could be funded using Transportation Demand Management (TDM) and Federal Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) sources. Will you support Bike Fairfax funding in the FY 2017 budget?

    Yes, if funds are available.

  5. Please comment on your bicycling experiences and your efforts to support better bicycling to places of work, play, study, and worship.

    I remember saving my allowance to buy a bike as a child! I have advocated for bike lanes in Mason District as VDOT is improving roadways like Annandale Road and Sleepy Hollow Road.

Mollie A. Loeffler (I)

  1. Do you agree with the following statement? "I support safe bicycling as an integral part of the overall transportation options in Fairfax County."

    Yes

  2. One of the recommendations of the Bicycle Master Plan adopted by the Board of Supervisors in October, 2014 is to "Allocate an annual budget dedicated to bicycle planning and programming initiatives, and small scale capital projects such as: installation of bicycle parking racks and lockers; signs for signed bicycle routes; curb ramps; and small bicycle and trail access projects."
    1. Do you support implementation of this recommendation?

      Yes

    2. If so, how will you support it?

      I will vote in favor of it where economically feasible.
  3. Would you sponsor or support a motion for Fairfax County to seek recognition as a Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists?

    Yes

  4. The Bicycle Master Plan also recommends development of an encouragement and education program call Bike Fairfax with dedicated staff separate from the Bike Program staff. The program could be funded using Transportation Demand Management (TDM) and Federal Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) sources. Will you support Bike Fairfax funding in the FY 2017 budget?

    Yes

  5. Please comment on your bicycling experiences and your efforts to support better bicycling to places of work, play, study, and worship.

    I love biking. I spent my childhood biking on neighborhood roads and the feeling of freedom is something that I believe children today do not experience. In addition to environmental benefits, biking is a healthy way to get around and it promotes physical activity.

    I know currently, there are not many bike friendly ways to get around in Mason District, and I would support efforts to improve this.

Mount Vernon

Daniel G. "Dan" Storck (D)

Jane R. Gandee (R)


Providence

Linda Q. Smyth (D)


Springfield

Patrick S. "Pat" Herrity (R)


Corazon S. Foley (IG)

  1. Do you agree with the following statement? "I support safe bicycling as an integral part of the overall transportation options in Fairfax County."

    Yes

  2. One of the recommendations of the Bicycle Master Plan adopted by the Board of Supervisors in October, 2014 is to "Allocate an annual budget dedicated to bicycle planning and programming initiatives, and small scale capital projects such as: installation of bicycle parking racks and lockers; signs for signed bicycle routes; curb ramps; and small bicycle and trail access projects."
    1. Do you support implementation of this recommendation?

      Depending on the budget situation, I could support this

    2. If so, how will you support it?

      Depending on the budget situation, I could vote for requested funding.
  3. Would you sponsor or support a motion for Fairfax County to seek recognition as a Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists?

    Yes, I could support a motion.

  4. The Bicycle Master Plan also recommends development of an encouragement and education program call Bike Fairfax with dedicated staff separate from the Bike Program staff. The program could be funded using Transportation Demand Management (TDM) and Federal Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) sources. Will you support Bike Fairfax funding in the FY 2017 budget?

    Depending on the budget situation, I could support funding the program.

  5. Please comment on your bicycling experiences and your efforts to support better bicycling to places of work, play, study, and worship.

    My son, his wife and children enjoy biking as recreation with their friends in our Burke hometown.

Sully

Kathy L. Smith (D)

  1. Do you agree with the following statement? "I support safe bicycling as an integral part of the overall transportation options in Fairfax County."

    Yes, safe bicycling includes bike lanes and clear signage that will help eliminate traffic congestion.

  2. One of the recommendations of the Bicycle Master Plan adopted by the Board of Supervisors in October, 2014 is to "Allocate an annual budget dedicated to bicycle planning and programming initiatives, and small scale capital projects such as: installation of bicycle parking racks and lockers; signs for signed bicycle routes; curb ramps; and small bicycle and trail access projects."
    1. Do you support implementation of this recommendation?

      Yes

    2. If so, how will you support it?

      I strongly support efforts to build more walk-able and sustainable communities, where the positive attributes of urban and suburban living intersect. In that regard, I view the integration of bicycle routes as an important component to sustainable development and living.
  3. Would you sponsor or support a motion for Fairfax County to seek recognition as a Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists?

    That would seem to be in keeping with environmental protection goals in so far as it might cut down on car traffic. I look forward to working with you to become better educated on the matter to determine the feasibility of that designation for the county.

  4. The Bicycle Master Plan also recommends development of an encouragement and education program call Bike Fairfax with dedicated staff separate from the Bike Program staff. The program could be funded using Transportation Demand Management (TDM) and Federal Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) sources. Will you support Bike Fairfax funding in the FY 2017 budget?

    Any additional funding, whether through county funds or grants, must be taken with the county's budget priorities in mind. If it can be shown that Bike Fairfax would lead to enhanced air quality and congestion mitigation, then I would support pursuing this program.

  5. Please comment on your bicycling experiences and your efforts to support better bicycling to places of work, play, study, and worship.

    I support efforts for better bicycling to places of work, play, study and worship.

John P. Guevara (R)


Responses by District:

Chairman
Braddock
Dranesville
Hunter Mill
Lee
Mason
Mount Vernon
Providence
Springfield
Sully