Area transportation officials have held the first-ever meeting of a non-binding governmental body that seeks to improve public transit in the community through comparing notes and relationship building.
The 5th Street Station shopping center in Albemarle County has been open for nearly a year but greenway and trail improvements proffered as part of the development have not yet been constructed.
Charlottesville Tomorrow: Environmental group, planners hope to boost area trails with $180k community foundation grant
There are plans for miles and miles of off-road trails that would connect various locations in urban Albemarle Countyand Charlottesville and a new partnership aims to find ways to get many of them built.
Charlottesville Tomorrow: The Community Foundation Invests in Regional Bike and Pedestrian Trail System
The Charlottesville Area Community Foundation is pleased to announce the recipient of its third round of Strengthening Systems grants. Piedmont Environmental Council and the Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission received a two-year grant of $179,804 to complete plans and generate active community support for a regional bike and pedestrian trail network and begin implementation. [...]
The Town of Stanardsville’s Phase II streetscape improvements project has received final approval by the Commonwealth Transportation Board (CTB) with its award of a Transportation Enhancement Alternatives (TEA) grant to construct a sidewalk on the east end of Main Street.
The future of one of the most significant intersections in Albemarle County and Charlottesville was the topic Wednesday at the first public meeting for a new planning initiative.
The Albemarle County Board of Supervisors and Charlottesville’s City Council have agreed to create a partnership between the area’s bus systems, one step toward a possible regional transit authority.
The planning commissions of Albemarle County and Charlottesville hope to accelerate efforts to preserve the Rivanna River and make it a centerpiece of future development.
A small group of community members gathered at the Crozet Library on Monday evening to provide input into a project to help address safety concerns on the region’s busiest highway.
Regional planners are inviting commuters to share their experiences driving on Interstate 64 between Charlottesville and Staunton.