Bike and Pedestrian Connectivity Study
The Tom’s Creek Basin is home to an array of different housing types as well as popular recreational and commercial destinations. Many people get to, or want to get to, these places by bike, on foot, or via some other non-vehicular transportation mode but a lack of bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure can make that a challenge. Creating and maintaining a connected system of bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure is critical to improving safety and accessibility for users. The Town of Blacksburg is conducting a connectivity study to outline how and where to expand bike, pedestrian, and other non-vehicular transportation infrastructure for the Tom’s Creek Basin. This could include new trail connections, sidewalk sections, bike lanes or roadway improvements.
Please join us for our open house meeting to learn more and discuss future possibilities for bike and pedestrian connectivity in the Tom’s Creek Basin. Drop in between 4:00pm and 7:00pm to share your thoughts.
Open House Public Meeting: Wednesday, February 22, 4:00pm-7:00pm in the Multipurpose Room at Blacksburg Community Center, 725 Patrick Henry Drive, Blacksburg, VA 24060
Questions or not able to attend? Please contact Will Lattea at 540-443-1618 or WLattea@Blacksburg.gov