Bike Walk RVA News

Good Times in RVA’s Bike/Ped Movement Built on Active Advocates and Signature Projects

Tuesday, July 2

By: Brantley Tyndall, Director of Bike Walk RVA It’s that time of year when bikes are in the air. We’re halfway through 2024, and there has been so much great stuff in the bike and pedestrian space in the Richmond region. Everywhere we look, we see the bike/ped advocacy movement mobilizing to support active transportation policy and infrastructure, educating and […]

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Sports Backers Celebrates Groundbreaking of Henrico, Hanover and Ashland Portions of the Fall Line

Tuesday, April 23

New 4.8-mile section is the first major construction phase of the Fall Line   RICHMOND, VA – A regional partnership including Hanover and Henrico counties and the Town of Ashland held a ceremonial groundbreaking today in Ashland to celebrate the start of construction along a 4.8-mile portion of the 43-mile Fall Line trail. The section, currently called Design-Build Phase 1, […]

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Applications for Spring 2024 Bike Walk RVA Academy Now Open

Wednesday, February 14

Bike Walk RVA launched its first Academy in 2014 when the region had just 37 miles of bikeways and no plans focusing on bicyclist and pedestrian movement. After graduating more than 200 “Champions” trained to stand up for connected biking and walking, the region has quadrupled its bikeway mileage, built key connectors like the T. Tyler Potterfield bicyclist/pedestrian-only bridge, passed […]

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