The S. George Mason Drive Multimodal Transportation Study is developing a preliminary plan to improve safety and access along South George Mason Drive for people walking, biking, riding transit, and driving.

It uses planning guidance from the County Board’s adopted transportation and land use plans, along with transportation data and public input to develop a vision for the future of the corridor.

In this final phase of public engagement, the project team will share what we heard from the public regarding corridor-wide cross section and intersection priorities.

We’ll then show how we incorporated this feedback along with our planning guidance, transportation data, and other information to develop concepts for three intersections along S. George Mason Drive:

  • Arlington Boulevard
  • Columbia Pike
  • South Four Mile Run Drive
  • Additional corridor-wide crossing improvement map.

This form takes 10-15 minutes to complete, and your feedback will help create short-term and long-term visions for the corridor. At the end of the feedback form, we will ask you to share a little bit about yourself to make sure we're reaching a representative group of respondents across the corridor.

For more information about the project, visit the South George Mason Drive Multimodal Transportation Study project page.



  1. About the corridor
  2. What we've heard so far
  3. Preferred Concepts for Segments 1, 2 and 3
  4. Intersection Concepts
    1. At Arlington Boulevard
    2. At Columbia Pike
    3. At S. Four Mile Run Drive
    4. Alternative - S. Four Mile Run "Peanutabout"
  5. Other Crossing Improvements
  6. Next Steps