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Places29 Area

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 | August 07, 2015
When the $30.5-million extension of Hillsdale Drive opens in 2017, the Albemarle Police Department wants a traffic light at its intersection with Greenbrier Drive. “Hillsdale will become a feeder road for people trying to escape the U.S. 29 and Hydraulic Road intersection,” said Lieutenant Mike Wagner at a ...
Lieutenant Mike Wagner and Joel DeNunzio brief Albemarle Supervisors
Crozet Gazette | August 07, 2015
By Charlottesville Tomorrow | July 29, 2015
By Elise Cruz | July 28, 2015
By Elise Cruz | July 08, 2015
By Sean Tubbs | July 04, 2015
The Daily Progress | June 09, 2015
By Brian Wheeler | April 26, 2015
By Sean Tubbs | April 02, 2015
Daily Progress Editorial | April 01, 2015
The Daily Progress | April 01, 2015
Daily Progress Editorial | March 09, 2015
The Daily Progress | March 06, 2015
The Daily Progress | March 04, 2015
The Daily Progress | February 19, 2015
The Daily Progress | February 18, 2015
The Daily Progress | February 12, 2015
The Daily Progress | February 11, 2015
The Daily Progress | February 04, 2015
By Sean Tubbs | February 04, 2015
The Daily Progress | January 31, 2015
The Daily Progress | January 31, 2015
The Daily Progress | January 31, 2015
The Daily Progress | January 29, 2015
By Sean Tubbs | January 28, 2015
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CVille Poll
Crews at the University of Virginia recently replaced pedestrian-activated "in-pavement crosswalk lighting markers" with signals called "rectangular rapidly flashing beacons." The city plans to replace its in-pavement signals over time with the new beacons because the in-ground ones cost more ...
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