RFP: Virginia Statewide Multimodal Ridematching System
VDOT is hosting a third round of meetings on its study of I-81. The study, as directed by the General Assembly, is meant to “identify targeted improvement along I-81 and potential revenue sources that could be dedicated to improvements.” more
I generally don’t share things like this in full, but there is a lot of good information in VDOT’s most recent Active Transportation newsletter. Check out the safety-related projects mentioned and get involved.
The three public bus systems in the New River Valley have announced workshop dates where you can participate in improving the region’s transit systems. This is part of the Transit Development Plan that will look at current service and future needs.
Today’s rainy day has reminded me that I’m behind on a post I meant to write a few weeks ago. Back in October, we worked with the CityWorks (X)po to host a field trip on what turned out to be a rainy Saturday morning. The goal: to give attendees a first-hand experience of what it would be like to be car-free in Roanoke.
Our friends over at VT’s Urban Affairs & Planning asked us to share this study recruitment announcement. They’re looking for participants from NoVA, Roanoke Valley, and the NRV. More details below the fold.