The Fairfax Board of Supervisors in a letter to the state ripped the General Assembly for what they called the GA’s “lack of commitment” to addressing local transportation problems.

“The current economic downturn is not [sic] the cause of the state’s transportation woes,” the letter states.

The Board of Supervisors reminds the state’s governing body of promises its members made during election season to hold a “special session” to address local transportation funding issues. No such session is on the General Assembly’s schedule.

“There is also no evidence at this point that legislators as a group are working in good faith toward resolution of this critical issue,” the letter states.