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.

Support the Fall Line in the State Trails Plan!

Click image to take the State Trails Plan survey by October 22!

We are in an exciting time for trails in Virginia! The Fall Line recently celebrated an additional $32 million for segments in Richmond and Petersburg, bringing the total construction pot to $252 million. We are expecting ground to be broken in Henrico by the end of the year, and Hanover will follow shortly after.

VDOT has started to establish its State Office of Trails and is working on Virginia’s first State Trails Plan. Now is your opportunity to contribute to that statewide vision for trails and:

Support the development of trails in Virginia

Without your voice, the momentum for building trails could lose steam.

Name the Fall Line as a priority project

The Fall Line, with an estimated 375,000 residents living within 2 miles of the alignment, is not yet considered a priority by the state trails legislation. Add your emphasis to this signature and high-impact Virginia trail.

Elaborate on the importance of trails for transportation

When trails are built for transportation, they are still excellent amenities for recreation. If a trail is built primarily for recreation, it will have limited use for transportation. Help ensure our state administrators understand the importance of providing transportation choices that benefit the economy, our wellness, and Virginia’s competitiveness nationally.

You’ve got until October 22, but the sooner the better!

Click here to take the State Trails Plan Survey by October 22!

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