Expand FABB's outreach throughout the County by growing both the number of active volunteers, overall supporters and work with other bicycling organizations.
- Hold monthly FABB meetings in each Supervisor district.
- Announce upcoming meetings by sending alert to larger list of FABB supporters, public officials, government staff and other interested parties in those localities.
- Add meeting date and location on community calendars
- Recruit a volunteer "District Champion" in each of the Supervisor districts to lead outreach and advocacy efforts in their district.
- Enhance outreach at Bike to Work Day events throughout the County.
- Work to build the Alliance.
- Develop a stronger more cooperative relationship with local Bicycling Advisory Committees including Town of Vienna, Town of Herndon, City of Falls Church, City of Fairfax, as well as the County Transportation Advisory Commission and Trails & Sidewalk Committee.
- Explore opportunities to work with local organizations and clubs with common interests, including the Coalition for Smarter Growth, Reston Bike Club, Potomac Pedalers, Mid-Atlantic Off Road Enthusiasts, Mid-Atlantic Bicycle Racing Association and Potomac Appalachian Trail Club.
Advocate, educate, and build public support for better bicycling throughout Fairfax County.
- Promote a Bike-Friendly Fairfax
- Provide public outreach and support for making bicycling an integral component of regional land use and redevelopment efforts around the County
- Explore the possibility for Fairfax County to participate in the League of American Bicyclist's Bicycle Friendly America program.
- Work with Fairfax County Department of Transportation providing input and expertise in support of the County's bike program, including strategic planning, wayfinding signage, utilization of separated bike facilities, bicycle parking strategy, and Transportation Project Priorities update. See DRAFT FABB Priorities Map and programs/projects list.
- Advocate to Increase County Bike Funding
- Communicate with public officials and organize support for providing necessary funding for Bike Fairfax program, bicycle infrastructure and ongoing maintenance, bicycle counters and supporting software/installation
- Ensure I-66 Project Includes Custis Trail Extension and Safe Accessible Crossings
- Continue to provide input and public outreach in support of safe and accessible bike infrastructure at all interstate crossings, and a well-designed parallel shared-use trail.
- Improve Police Relations and Enforcement
- Explore ways to improve law enforcement officials' understanding of bicycling and encourage fair enforcement of laws to help ensure fair treatment and safety for all bicyclists.
- Safe Routes for Fairfax Kids
- Promote Safe Routes to School funding and programming, and encourage participation in Bike to School Day.
- Work with Fairfax County Public Schools on their Transportation Study
- Support implementation of bicycle safety education policy
- Promote Bike-Friendly Legislation
- Support the Virginia Bicycling Federation's legislative efforts at the state level by staying abreast of agenda and organizing the public support as needed.