VDOT is seeking input on a proposal to build a shared use path along Ware House Road from Gloucester’s Main Street to the Ware House Landing Boat Ramp which would provide pedestrians and cyclists an approximately two-mile stretch, separate from the roadway, to enjoy for walks and rides.
A public meeting on this proposed bicycle and pedestrian path will be held from 5-7 p.m. on Tuesday, July 18, at the T.C. Walker Education Center.
The planning study is being conducted to determine the feasibility and preferred alignment of the approximately two-mile long proposed path, as well as costs associated to build a bicycle and pedestrian facility separate from the roadway.
According to the Virginia Department of Transportation anticipated study timeline, following this initial public meeting, VDOT will come up with a draft recommended alignment and cost estimate, with a second public meeting to be held sometime in the fall. The feasibility study report is expected to be complete by t...
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