The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) in collaboration with the City of Staunton, the Staunton-Augusta-Waynesboro Metropolitan Planning Organization (SAWMPO), BRITE Transit and ATCS consulting, is conducting a study on 10 intersections within the City of Staunton that are indicated as having safety and pedestrian accessibility needs. The study is focusing on non-motorized (bike and pedestrian) improvements in downtown Staunton along Beverly Street and Johnson Street, and the Beverly Street corridor west of downtown.
The public had an opportunity to provide comments on each of the 10 intersections through a MetroQuest survey, which was available in August 2021. Public input will inform the final study recommendations, which will be considered by the City for advancement through state transportation funding programs.
Learn more about the study on VDOT’s Staunton Study page.