The Virginia Commonwealth Transportation Board (CTB) approved the latest Six-Year Improvement Program (SYIP) and it includes a few trail projects.
In Fairfax County there's $656,000 for the Mount Vernon Trail Bridge 12 Replacement. Bridge #12 is located approximately 1/4 mile north of the southbound Fort Hunt exit of the George Washington Memorial Parkway along the Mount Vernon Trail (which is here). The project will remove the existing bridge and construct a new bridge 50 ft west of the existing structure.
In Alexandria the plan includes $531,000 to build the Holmes Run Connector. This will build a trail connection on the south side of Holmes Run between North Ripley and North Pickett Streets. Facilities will include a permeable trail, ADA accessible curb ramps, and wayfinding signage.
Study the feasibility of building a tunnel connection under the freight rail tracks to connect the area west of the tracks to the Metro station and the Braddock neighborhood. Completion of the tunnel would provide a new station entry from the west, minimizing the distance pedestrians must walk to access the station from the west. Currently, pedestrians must walk south to the Braddock Road underpass to reach the station. In addition, the plan recommends studying a potential future pedestrian-bike connection and a potential walking route connection to the northern gateway.
In addition, it funds repairs to the King Street Bridge over I-95 that promises "Minor pedestrian, bicycle and lighting improvements."
Replacement of bridge railings will increase outside shoulder widths to 4’-0” which allows future on road bike accommodation
There's $340,000 in 2019 for a pedestrian and bicycle improvement study in the Dangerfield Island to the Beauregard Small Area Plan and, in the out years, there's $1.6M for bikeshare expansion in Old Town and Del Ray and another $1M for citywide expansion in Alexandria.
There's $1.4M for the Van Dorn Street-Beauregard Street Trail in Alexandria. This appears to be a trail along Beauregard Street from Seminary Road to King Street.
There's $4+M for the Old Cameron Run Trail.
This project will construct a two-way bicycle and pedestrian trail connection between Mill Road (near the intersection with Eisenhower Avenue) and the existing trail located to the east of Hooffs Run to create a more direct and conflict-free connection for bicyclists and pedestrians between the Eisenhower East and Southwest Quadrant neighborhoods.
Finally there's $6M for phase I of the Backlick Run Multiuse trail - to construct a shared-use path along Backlick Run from Boothe Park, west to the Fairfax County line.
In Arlington, there's $750,000 for Capital Bikeshare expansion as well as bridge rehabs that might include bicycle elements.