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Bike Walk RVA

Advocating for comfortable and connected places to bike and walk for people of all ages and abilities in greater Richmond. Biking and walking for everyday transportation should be accessible to everyone.

How do candidates in your district stand on walking and biking?

The Board of Supervisor elections for Chesterfield and Henrico Counties are TOMORROW (Tuesday, Nov. 3). Do you know how the candidates in your district stand on walking and biking issues?

Henrico and Chesterfield Map

In an effort to educate Chesterfield and Henrico County residents on where Board of Supervisor candidates stand on walking and biking issues, Bike Walk RVA distributed a candidate questionnaire to all candidates running for Board of Supervisors in those two counties and asked them five questions about the future of walking and biking in their communities.

Many of our plans, policies, and funding decisions are shaped by the Board of Supervisors, including the future of paved trails, bike lanes, sidewalks, safe neighborhood streets, and other infrastructure that would make walking and biking safe and convenient.

Bike Walk RVA received responses from 12 out of the 17 candidates running in Chesterfield and Henrico Counties, and compiled the responses in an interactive online map.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW ALL OF THE CANDIDATE RESPONSES TO THE BIKE WALK RVA QUESTIONNAIRE.

Bike Walk RVA is a program of Sports Backers, – a non-partisan, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization and does NOT support, or oppose, candidates or political parties. Bike Walk RVA’s candidate questionnaire is strictly educational in nature.

Election Day is Tuesday, November 3. Polls open at 6 AM and close at 7 PM. Don’t forget to vote.