There are six corridors under consideration for bike lane improvements and today is your last day to participate in the online survey.
Efforts to make it safer for cyclists, joggers, and walkers.
The Department of Public Works has identified nine corridors Citywide that present opportunities for enhanced bike and pedestrian infrastructure to be completed during repaving.
We don't know what the fine is for parking in the bike lane but I'm sure it won't be cheap.
If you live near Westower and Bliley Road or use it regularly on your commute you should probably be at this meeting to see the recommendations...
The Brook Road bike lanes are back on track after seven months of advocacy helped thwart the efforts of two Richmond City Council members to stop...
Take a look at and voice your opinion on the future bike lanes downtown.
Bike lanes run along the majority of Semmes with work starting on November 8th.
Prior to this month's meeting there will be a presentation on proposed bike lanes for Westover Hills Boulevard. The bike lane meeting starts at 6 and...
The city hopes to add 25 miles of bike lanes to Richmond and these lanes would be a small part of the effort.