Studies: U.S. 29 Corridor Study, Albemarle and Greene counties
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Please join us for an online public meeting Thursday, June 9, from 7 to 9 p.m.
Join the Zoom webinar:
Meeting ID: 814 6429 1358
You may also join the meeting by calling (301) 715-8592
Online Public Meeting
Please join us for an online public meeting coming up Thursday, June 9, from 7 to 9 p.m. The public input gathered at this meeting will help further refine the study’s goals and objectives used to guide the study.
Take The Survey
We need your input! Click on the link below to take the survey about the alternatives proposed for the Route 29 Corridor. Tell us what your preferred solutions would be.
The U.S. 29 (Seminole Trail) corridor improvement study will evaluate automobile, transit, bicycle, and pedestrian conditions between Route 649 (Airport Road) in Albemarle County and Deerfield Drive in Greene County. Of the 19 total intersections, 8 are in Greene County and 11 are in Albemarle County. The study will assess future travel projections and development patterns.
The study vision is for U.S. 29 to provide safe travel and adequate capacity for all uses and users of the roadway.
- Improve safety
- Manage congestion
- Increase multimodal usability and accessibility
- Support future growth
- Supports economics development
This study is supported by a stakeholder group made up of representatives from Albemarle County, Greene County, the Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission (TJPDC), Charlottesville Area Transit (CAT), and Jaunt.
The purpose of the study is to identify and vet potential operational and safety improvements along U.S.29 north of Charlottesville in Albemarle County and Greene County.
Chuck Proctor, Culpeper District Planning Manager
Other relevant links:
Existing and Future No-Build Condition Report, August 2021 (5 MB)
Survey 1 Results, October 2021 (933 KB)
Locality: Albemarle and Greene