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Places29 Master Plan

This topic includes all stories related to land use and transportation issues in Albemarle County's designated growth area along U.S. Route 29 North of Charlottesville.  This planning area is known as Places29, one of Albemarle's Master Planned communities. 

For transportation projects being designed and built during 2014-2017, Albemarle County maintains a website on the "Route 29 Solutions Package" as does VDOT.

Looking for the Western Bypass?
Click here to see our coverage during 2011-2014.

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by Sean Tubbs | January 28, 2015
The regional panel that sets transportation policy in Albemarle County and Charlottesville has reaffirmed its support for several projects in the U.S. 29 corridor, including one project that has been singled out for a budget amendment in Richmond. “The Rio Road grade-separated intersection has been reviewed and planned many ...
Credit: Virginia Department of Transportation
Rendering of view driving north on U.S. 29 through Rio Road interchange
By Sean Tubbs | January 26, 2015
Daily Progress Editorial | January 25, 2015
C-VILLE Weekly | January 23, 2015
The Daily Progress | January 22, 2015
By Sean Tubbs | January 21, 2015
The Daily Progress | January 21, 2015
By Sean Tubbs | January 16, 2015
By Lacey Naff | January 13, 2015
The Daily Progress | December 31, 2014
Daily Progress Editorial | December 22, 2014
The Daily Progress | December 18, 2014
By Lacey Naff | December 18, 2014
How We Move
By Sean Tubbs | December 17, 2014
By Sean Tubbs | December 04, 2014
By Sean Tubbs | November 21, 2014
How We Move
By Sean Tubbs | November 20, 2014
Daily Progress Editorial | November 20, 2014
The Daily Progress | November 08, 2014
How We Move
By Sean Tubbs | October 30, 2014
By Sean Tubbs | October 23, 2014
By Sean Tubbs | October 15, 2014
By Sean Tubbs | October 09, 2014
By Brian Wheeler | October 08, 2014
By Sean Tubbs | September 25, 2014
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Will small rental apartments of 450 to 600 sq. feet, priced at less than $1,000 per month, be successful in Charlottesville? The Charlottesville Planning Commission has indicated they like the general direction that developer Oliver Kuttner has in mind ...
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