Neighborhood Transportation Improvements



Project Name: Neighborhood Transportation Improvements

Department: Neighborhood Development Services

Start Date: 7/01/2023

End Date: 6/30/2028


The Neighborhood Transportation Improvements project is used by the Transportation Planning division of NDS, in concert with Public Works, to fund demonstrations, pilots, semi-permanent improvements and small-scale improvements on streets and sidewalks to enhance neighborhood safety, walkability, and bikeability. These projects are designed in collaboration with neighborhood associations and similar groups.


Chapter 6 : Transportation

Goal 1. Complete Streets

Create and maintain a connected network of safe, convenient, and pleasant

accommodations for pedestrians, bicyclists, and transit riders, including people of all ages and abilities.

Goal 2. Coordination with Land Use

Community Design Improve quality of life and promote active living

by reducing automobile use and congestion and supporting multimodal options for safe

and convenient travel in conjunction with implementation of the Future Land Use Vision.

Goal 3. Efficient Mobility and Access

Maintain a safe and efficient transportation system to provide mobility and access.

Goal 5. Transit System

Support a robust and convenient transit system that increases local and regional

mobility and provides a reliable and efficient travel option for Charlottesville’s residents,

workers, and visitors.

Goal 7. Sustainable Transportation

Infrastructure Manage City-owned transportation assets and equipment in equitable, efficient, innovative, and environmentally responsible ways.

Chapter 7 : Environment, Climate, and Food Equity

Goal 1. Climate Change Mitigation,

Emissions, and Energy Reduce community greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and the city’s overall carbon footprint to meet goals established for 2030 (45% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions from 2011 levels) and 2050 (carbon neutrality)


Project Objectives: Enhance neighborhood street safety and make it easier to bike and walk in the City.

Cost Estimate

Operating Impacts

Operating impacts to be determined in the future.