Is the traffic bad in northern virginia?

A study has found that Northern Virginia is home to the worst traffic access point in the U.S. Not surprisingly, that location is the southbound stretch of Interstate 95 from Fairfax County Parkway to Fredericksburg. WASHINGTON Northern Virginia is home to some of the worst traffic bottlenecks in the country, according to a recent report. From Wednesday through May 22, the NVTA has made available an online survey to obtain feedback on 26 transportation proposals in nine jurisdictions and locations in Northern Virginia over the next six years.

Fairfax and Loudoun counties may be considered one of the happiest counties in the country, but they also have one of the worst traffic. In addition to the online survey, the Northern Virginia Joint Transportation Meeting will hold an in-person interactive open house on proposals on May 4 at its headquarters in Fairfax. FOX 5's Tom Fitzgerald reports that Northern Virginia officials want your input on how to resolve traffic problems across the region. Northern Virginia commuters had no qualms about telling FOX 5 how much traffic worsens in Northern Virginia each year.

The Northern Virginia Transportation Authority says they can do something to fix traffic and the quality of life for people who have to endure it.