Stakeholders

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Nearly 40 organizations participate in the Fast Ferry Stakeholder Group since 2010. The Northern Virginia Regional Commission sponsors the group. The group has raised its own funds for studies, applied for and was awarded government grants, hired and provided consultant oversight, and launched a website and Facebook page. The group has raised more than $5 million to advance fast ferry service in the region. The group also sponsored a series of three Fast Ferry Summits in DC, Maryland, and Virginia in 2017-2018, introducing more than 500 attendees to this service. The public has been overwhelmingly supportive of the service.

Federal Government
U.S. Maritime Administration
Federal Transit Administration
Federal Highway Administration
Naval District Washington
Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling
Department of Homeland Security
National Park Service
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

Regional Organizations
Metropolitan Washington Airport Authority
National Capital Planning Commission
Metro Washington Council of Governments
Northern Virginia Regional Commission
PRTC/OmniRide
Greater Washington Clean Cities Coalition

Private Industry
Georgetown Business Improvement District
Peterson Company
MGM & National Harbor
The Wharf
Entertainment Cruises
Metal Shark Boats
Passenger Vessel Association
Bush Construction Companies
Belmont Bay Marina
Occoquan Marina
National Ferry Corporation
New York Waterways

Local/State Government
DC City Council
DC Department of Transportation
DC Water
Virginia Department of Transportation
Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transit
Arlington County Department of Planning
Fairfax County Planning Department
PWC Department of Planning & Transportation
Maryland Department of Transportation
Prince George's County, Maryland
Town of Indian Head, Maryland
Charles County Economic Development Dept.