The design details for the 29th Street Bike-Walk Boulevard will be available at a public information meeting on Monday, November 5 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Center for Healthy Living – Sarah Garland Jones Building located at 2600 Nine Mile Road. Residents are invited to attend this meeting to learn more details and to meet with project staff members from the city.
The 29th Street Bike-Walk Boulevard will improve bicyclist and pedestrian safety, accessibility, and connectivity along the corridor from Libby Terrace to Fairfield Elementary School. Intersection and safety improvements along the corridor include the following primary locations:
• 29th and Marshall streets
• 29th and Clay streets
• 29th Street between M and N streets
• Fairfield Avenue and Kane Street
A Bike-Walk Boulevard is a street that receives engineering treatments to make it an efficient, safe bicycle route with low traffic speeds and volumes, while also incorporating improvements for pedestrians.
When: Monday 11/5 — 5:00PM to 7 PM
Where: 2600 Nine Mile Road (Sarah Garland Jones)
From the City of Richmond: