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Meeting Wednesday night aims to find solution to speeding problem in Museum District

Residents and business owners say an increasing number of drivers have been speeding along Grove Avenue, and they’re working with the city to find solutions to the problem.

Trevor Dickerson



Speeding has been a major concern along Grove Avenue in the Museum District. That’s what residents and businesses in the Museum District Association say, at least. This Wednesday, the group is holding a meeting with city officials to address what they say is a growing issue.

Travis Bridewell, head city traffic engineer, will present his department’s plans to reduce speeding on Grove Avenue between N. Boulevard and Thompson Street, and will take questions from the community.

The meeting will take place at All Saints Presbyterian Church at 3000 Grove Avenue on Wednesday, May 23rd at 7:00 PM. Richmond City Councilman Andreas Addison and Richmond Police Lieutenant Mauricio Tovar also will be present to take questions.

For more information, please email Ron Russ.

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Trevor Dickerson is the Editor and Co-Founder of RVAHub.