The public is invited to provide input and recommendations on proposed biking and walking paths in Gloucester in an online survey that is part of the second phase in the county’s Multimodal Transportation Study that took place last fall.
To complete the online survey, visit www.gloucesterva.info/362/Planning-Zoning.
The project’s consultant, Toole Design, compiled a group of recommendations that were submitted during the first phase of the project into a Vision Network Map, which can be viewed when clicking on the survey. Now, the consultant is seeking input on which routes the county should prioritize when seeking funding for the multimodal projects.
Through a grant from Virginia’s Department of Transportation’s Office of Intermodal Planning and Investment, Toole Design will use the additional input to develop preliminary concepts for four of the most impactful and favorable routes identified. Following review of the draft concepts, Toole will develop planning-level “Opinion...
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