On September 15, 2015, members of the public, City staff, fire department personnel, members of the Streets that Work/Code Audit (STWCA) Advisory Committee, and Ken Ray and Wendy Phelps of Toole Design Group gathered at City Space, 100 5th St NE, for the most recent Streets that Work outreach initiative.
Attendees participated in a variety of visit stations and a break-out group activity where they were asked to provide input on the prioritization of streetscape elements for each street type in Charlottesville.
Open House Materials
- Presentation by Toole Design Group
- Open House Retrospective
- Street Typologies Map
- Street Typologies Cross Sections
- Prioritization Exercise
- Preston Avenue Walk and Intersection Audit Notes
- Preston Avenue Walk Audit Map
Using the online StreetMix program, visitors to the Streets that Work Open House could design their own streets. The program allows users to allocate portions of the right-of-way to a variety of uses, such as sidewalks, landscaped medians, bus shelters, and bike lanes. Use the links below to make your own street designs!