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Haywood Road sidewalk, roadway improvements to begin

Haywood Road sidewalk, roadway improvements to begin

The city will begin the planned sidewalk and roadway improvement project on Haywood Road from Craven Street to Beecham’s Curve Monday, October 5. This project will complete the sidewalk link on the uphill side of the street, improve the downhill sidewalk, and provide an improved permanent climbing lane for bicycles. During the construction, the bicycle

Race events this weekend, expect street closures

Race events this weekend, expect street closures

A half marathon race returns to downtown Asheville on Saturday, the first in a series of race events this weekend known as the Asheville Running Experience. South Coxe Avenue between Hilliard and Banks avenues will be fully closed Saturday from 4 a.m. to 8 p.m. The Half Marathon race starts at 7:30 a.m. Additional events

Asheville to operate partial bus service July 4

Asheville to operate partial bus service July 4

ART bus service routes and facilities will operate on a partial holiday schedule in Asheville on July 4. The Independence Day holiday is one of six holidays throughout the calendar year that ART offers service. Due to the Independence Day celebrations in Pack Square Park, ART will detour E1 and E2, causing the transit stop on College Street


Asheville in Motion design charrettes open process to public

A series of charrettes planned for March 11-13 will give the community a chance to interface with the team designing a city-wide mobility plan. Asheville in Motion is an initiative to create a vision that considers all forms of travel and transport into one design. The charrettes, held at the Renaissance Hotel in Asheville, will give

NCDOT Working with City of Asheville to Improve Pedestrian Safety

  From the NCDOT News Room: SHELBY — The N.C. Department of Transportation is collaborating with the city of Asheville to improve pedestrian safety along Merrimon Avenue and throughout the city. NCDOT will be working with the city and an engineering firm to conduct a study on pedestrian safety. The study will analyze available data and identify trends and patterns to determine primary causes


Talking the Walk: The Road Safety Review Team gives roadway safety its undivided attention

Talking the Walk: The Road Safety Review Team gives roadway safety its undivided attention

What better way to see first-hand the challenges and opportunities for making Asheville’s streets safer for pedestrians, bicycles, and drivers than putting feet to the street? That’s the idea behind the City of Asheville’s Road Safety Review Team. This collaborative effort combines the professional knowledge of departments across the city organization as well as state

The ART launches Sunday bus service

The ART launches Sunday bus service

It’s here! ART buses now operate seven days a week. See below for the full announcement: ASHEVILLE – In a move to increase accessibility to public transportation and support the City of Asheville’s multimodal transportation goals, the ART, Asheville’s transit service, launched Sunday bus service on January 4, 2015. The expansion is the largest since


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