Posted inOur neighborhoods, Race and equity

Is starting a stop the beginning of the end for Greyhound service in Charlottesville? Not quite yet

Over the past couple of weeks, community members have been surprised and befuddled to see groups of luggage-toting people on the Ridge Street sidewalk near the Music Resource Center. Recently — though it is not clear exactly when — the Greyhound bus station on West Main Street closed, and the company replaced it with a […]

Posted inGovernment and public institutions, Our neighborhoods

Cville Plans Together releases draft summary of feedback from recent community comment period

Note: This story is part of our continuing coverage of Charlottesville’s Comprehensive Plan update. If you’re new to the conversation, get up to speed by first reading this initial explainer, then other stories about some of the  controversy and confusion, thecommunity comment period, and what the City can learn from its land use and zoning history. On Wednesday, Cville […]

Posted inOur neighborhoods

Housing nonprofit directors propose tweaks to Future Land Use Map to enhance affordability

Note: This story is part of our continuing coverage of Charlottesville’s Comprehensive Plan update. If you’re new to the conversation, get up to speed by first reading this initial explainer, then other stories about some of the  controversy and confusion, thecommunity comment period, and what the City can learn from its land use and zoning history. […]