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In the Fall of 2020, the CVTPO commenced a planning study to identify potential improvements for the Route 24 Corridor (Village Highway) in Rustburg. The study, which seeks to identify potential improvements to the Route 24 corridor between Brookneal Highway (Route 501/Route 24 split) on the west, and Red House Road on the east, is being conducted by the Central Virginia Planning District Commission in partnership with Campbell County and the Virginia Department of Transportation. In addition, EPR, P.C. is providing engineering and planning assistance on the project.

You view the study area map here, or existing and future conditions analysis here

On November 19th, there was a virtual public meeting held to provide an opportunity for citizens to learn about the corridor study project and provide input and insights into concerns and issues, related to travel congestion, safety concerns, walking and bicycling in the study area. In addition, we launched a month long digital survey to garner public opinions which garnered 100 responses. Below, you can find a link to the virtual meeting flyer, the meeting recording and a summary of the data gathered through the meeting and survey. 

Virtual Meeting Flyer (November 2020)
Virtual Meeting Recording #1
Summary of Public Involvement as of March 2021

In March 2021, the CVTPO will hold another public meeting to garner public comment on several potential improvements for the study area. Below, you can access a powerpoint of the potential improvements, a link to the survey and a link to sign up for the public meeting, which will be held on March 24 from 6:00 - 7:15 pm. 

Potential Improvements 
Click to sign up for the March 24 Public Meeting
Take the Survey here (available from March 15, 2021- April 9, 2021) 


For questions or concerns about this study, please contact: Ada Hunsberger, Regional Planner at ada.hunsberger@cvpdc.org.


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