BRAC-133 is the designation given to Alexandria's Mark Center, the new location for the Washington Headquarters Service. This relocation is one component of the Department of Defense's reorganization of its military base structure. Find out more about the BRAC-133 development and its impact on Alexandria.
City Council passed a resolution establishing the BRAC-133 Advisory Group to serve as a forum for developing ideas and recommendations related to transportation improvements and other issues associated with the BRAC relocation at the Mark Center. Find out their meeting schedule, obtain meeting materials, and get updates on their work.
Learn about short and mid-term road improvements, a plan for a new HOV/Transit Ramp, and additional transit options for commuters as the BRAC-133 building becomes occupied over the next few months. View letters and correspondence from our local government as we collaborate with state and federal partners on transportation solutions near BRAC-133.
The City of Alexandria is working to proactively control invasive overflow parking in residential areas and minimize cut-through traffic on adjacent neighborhood streets. Learn about the implementation of a new Daytime Parking District and traffic calming plans to reduce gridlock about congested intersections.
Alexandria's public safety staff are coordinating with the Department of Defense to ensure that detailed emergency plans are in place, emergency response exercises are planned, and local, state, and federal partners are prepared to effectively respond to an emergency of any size at BRAC-133.
Get the latest eNews updates, and media coverage from television, radio, newspapers, and blogs regarding the development and occupation of BRAC-133, and related transportation and emergency planning efforts for the new facility.