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Walkability

Stories and events that deal with improving conditions for pedestrians in the Albemarle and Charlottesville area.

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by Brian Wheeler | November 11, 2017
Imagine there was a paved trail for walking and biking between downtown Charlottesville and Monticello, or a trail from Crozet to the University of Virginia. Would people use them? What benefits might they provide? Who would oppose them? Whose property would they be built on? Local planners and environmental organizations ...
Credit: Brian Wheeler, Charlottesville Tomorrow
Max Hepp-Buchanan, director of Bike Walk RVA, a project of nonprofit Sports Backers, speaks about greenways at the Jefferson School African American Heritage Center
How We Move
By Sean Tubbs | October 17, 2017
By Sean Tubbs | October 14, 2017
By Talia Wiener | August 16, 2017
By Kayli Wren | July 06, 2017
By Tim Dodson | June 14, 2017
Press Release
Albemarle County | June 08, 2017
By Brian Wheeler | November 05, 2009
By Brian Wheeler | September 25, 2009
By Tarpley Ashworth | September 09, 2009
By Brian Wheeler | July 28, 2009
By Sean Tubbs | July 21, 2009
By Sean Tubbs | June 25, 2009
By Sean Tubbs | January 09, 2009
By Daniel Nairn | December 19, 2008
By Sean Tubbs | December 11, 2008
By Sean Tubbs | December 04, 2008
By Charlottesville Tomorrow | September 18, 2008
By Sean Tubbs | April 08, 2008
By Brian Wheeler | January 16, 2008
By Sean Tubbs | September 21, 2007
The Daily Progress | September 18, 2007
By Charlottesville Tomorrow | May 23, 2007
By Brian Wheeler | March 28, 2006
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