COMPLETED: 21st Street Entrance to the James River Park

COMPLETED: 21st Street Entrance to the James River Park

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Improvements to the area leading to the 21st Street tower alongside Riverside Drive include the removal of the defunct shelter next to the street, defined stepping-stone pathways, a bike repair station, and bike parking. In addition, the site plan includes rain gardens filled with native plant species to reduce maintenance while beautifying the area.

The $90,000 worth of improvements was funded by a grant from Altria tied to the 2015 UCI Road World Championships and provided to the city by the James River Association.

In addition to the renovations made possible through Altria and the James River Association, the Public Works Traffic Engineering Department will improve pedestrian access with the installation of curb cuts, cross walks, and pedestrian crossing signs.

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COMPLETED: 21st Street Entrance to the James River Park

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