Conversation around Floyd Avenue ‘Bike Boulevard’ advances

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RICHMOND, Va. —  Three city councilmen are hosting another meeting about the Floyd Avenue “Bike Boulevard,” that will be held July 15, 2014.

The meeting will continue the community conversation around the proposed “Bike Boulevard” by seeing and discussing a design concept prepared with the community.

The designs were created for this proposed project, which hopes to increase livability along Floyd Avenue the Fan area of Richmond, by enhancing biking and walking ease, enjoyment and opportunity on Floyd Avenue, from Laurel Street west to Thompson Street.

The meeting is free and open to the public and all Richmond residents are invited and encouraged to attend and join in the community conversation.

This meeting is sponsored by: The Honorable Charles R. Samuels, Councilman, Richmond City Council, Richmond North Central 2nd Voter District; The Honorable Jonathan T. Baliles, CouncilmanRichmond City Council, Richmond West End 1st Voter District; and, The Honorable Parker C. Agelasto, Councilman, Richmond City Council, Richmond Central 5th Voter District.

WHEN             Tuesday, July 15, 2014

6:30-8:00 p.m.

WHERE           Virginia Historical Society

428 N. Boulevard – Richmond, Virginia 23220 U.S.A.

CONTACT     For more information, please contact Marianne Pitts, at 804.646.6532 or by email, at




1 Comment

  • Omar Yacoubi

    Safer for pedestrians, safer for bicyclists, and cars have plenty of alternate routes. I don’t see a down side here

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