Carlyle Shuttle Service & Duke Street Pedestrian Tunnel Schedule
Carlyle shuttle service and pedestrian tunnel operating schedule follows the federal government schedule. Details…
The John Carlyle Square Park Fountain – Approved for Operation
After a LONG and very THOROUGH review, the John Carlyle Square Park interactive fountain was given its permit to run once more in Alexandria, Virginia.
Coming Soon: Perimeter Security Improvements For Carlyle Courthouse (Video)
The long-delayed project to remove the temporary security measures around the Federal Courthouse in Carlyle and install a new, more permanent, may be coming to a head soon. See the video above from the May meeting of the National Capital Planning Commission (NCPC) where the NCPC gives its approval for the project. Starting at approx. 5:09 in the video, the presenter goes over the plans for the Courthouse.
*Notice* Important Transit Changes Coming To Carlyle
As one of the resident representatives on the Carlyle Community Council (CCC), it is my job to keep folks up-to-date and informed of what is happening with the Master Property Owners Association that oversees Carlyle.
By now, you’ve probably seen the following post about the DASH lunch loop being terminated this Friday (8/31). The Carlyle Shuttle Bus is also making a return to service as well.
DASH Lunch Loop In Carlyle To Terminate This Friday (8/31)
Effective this Friday, August 31, 2012, the DASH Lunch Loop will terminate service. For further information, please contact the Carlyle Community Council at (703) 684-4424.
Have You Filled Out The Carlyle TMP Survey Yet?
Have you completed the annual Carlyle Transportation Management Program (TMP) survey?
This survey collects information about commuting habits and for the first time, includes Carlyle specific questions about transit options for Carlyle. The Carlyle Community Council (CCC) manages the Carlyle TMP program in coordination with the City to encourage use of transit.
Participation is critical to helping the Carlyle Community Council structure its TMP to best meet the transit needs of workers and residents in Carlyle. As an incentive to complete the survey, the CCC will give a $5 Metro Card for each completed survey (to the 1st 500 respondents). The survey is quick and easy and can be completed online using the links below. The online survey has a place for contact information so respondents can receive their $5 metro card (that page can also be printed for verification). In addition, if you are running low on your supply of $5 Metro Cards to hand out to survey respondents, please let me know so we can deliver more to you. The deadline for submitting surveys is June 22, 2012.
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