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FCDOT: Webmap Presentation

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FCDOT: Webmap Presentation

  1. 1. County of Fairfax, Virginia How to Guide Fairfax County DOT Pedestrian Improvement Request Tool Department of Transportation
  2. 2. County of Fairfax, Virginia Step 1 • Zoom into the desired location by entering an address in the top right corner or double clicking and moving the cursor around until you are at the desired location on the map Type Address Here Department of Transportation 2
  3. 3. County of Fairfax, Virginia Step 2 • Once zoomed to a particular location, click the layers button and select the Capital Projects layer. This will show you the location of all projects under development in Fairfax County. If a project is shown at the location you were going to enter a request, you can click on the project for more information and to find out if your idea is already being developed. Department of Transportation 3
  4. 4. County of Fairfax, Virginia Step 3 • If there is not a project underway that addresses your concern, click the editor button on the upper left of the map screen. Department of Transportation 4
  5. 5. County of Fairfax, Virginia Step 4 • After clicking the editor button, you will see a different screen with multiple symbols that represent different types of pedestrian infrastructure improvements. Department of Transportation 5
  6. 6. County of Fairfax, Virginia Step 5 • Click on the symbol for the type of pedestrian improvement you are requesting and then click the location on the map where you would like the improvement to occur. In this example, there is a request for a stop sign. Department of Transportation 6
  7. 7. County of Fairfax, Virginia Step 6 • After you click the location where you are requesting an improvement, the symbol will appear and an information box will automatically pop up. This allows you to provide more information about your request as well as your contact information. Department of Transportation 7
  8. 8. County of Fairfax, Virginia Step 7 • Fill out the information in each of the following fields. The next two slides will explain each field to you and what type of information it is asking for. • Type: Choose the type of pedestrian improvement request by first clicking the left side of the Type field. This will produce a drop down menu for you to choose from. Department of Transportation 8
  9. 9. County of Fairfax, Virginia Additional Fields • • • • • • • • Street: The street where you are requesting the improvement. In our example, if the stop sign request is on Point Pleasant Drive, that street name would go here. In the case you were requesting a sidewalk or trail (walkway), this field would be the street where you are requesting the walkway. From_Street: The second street that intersects with the “Street” field. In this example, it would be Majestic Lane. In the case you were requesting a sidewalk or trail (walkway), this field would be the beginning of the walkway. To_Street: In our example, you could leave this field blank or enter N/A for not applicable. In the case you were requesting a sidewalk or trail (walkway), this field would be the end limit of the walkway. Reason: This field allows you to explain why you are requesting the improvement. Date: This allows FCDOT to keep track of when each request was submitted. You can either type in the date in mm/dd/yyyy format or click the button on the right of the field and a calendar will appear. Your_Name: Enter your first and last name, if you want to. Phone_Number: Enter your phone number, if you want to. Email: Enter your e-mail address, if you want to. Department of Transportation 9
  10. 10. County of Fairfax, Virginia Step 8 • • Once you have completed filling out the information, simply click anywhere else on the map and your request will be saved. At this point you can choose to submit an additional request or close out of the web map. Your information has been saved and Fairfax County DOT will be able to add your request to the growing list of projects that are submitted by residents. Department of Transportation 10
  11. 11. County of Fairfax, Virginia Information • It is important to note that while your request is now recorded, it is not automatically funded and at the top of the list. The Board of Supervisors recently approved a list of transportation improvement projects in Fairfax County that is the result of House Bill 2313, the Virginia transportation funding bill that was approved in 2013. • Fairfax County DOT will always explore additional funding options to continue its effort to improve pedestrian accessibility, mobility, and safety throughout the county. Thank you for your input! Department of Transportation 11