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The City of Asheville’s Transportation Department is dedicated to providing for the safety, health, mobility, and quality of life for Asheville citizens and guests through the administration of engineering, infrastructure and transportation related projects.


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Related Projects

AVL Unpaved

Happening Now April – May 2023: neighborhood and public community meetings to share information regarding trail development. January 2023: Trail designed to flag trails in Phase 1 to make any design adjustments needed for the typography of the trails.    Background Asheville Unpaved is a community-supported initiative, led by Asheville on Bikes, Pisgah Area SORBA, and Connect Buncombe, dedicated to [...]

Nasty Branch Greenway

Red Asterisks – Main Trailheads; Blue Squares – Access points; Green dots – Locations of signs (double-sided) Happening Now The Nasty Branch Greenway is a planned ¾-mile-long greenway that starts at the Grant Southside Center on Depot Street and Livingston Street and terminates at Phifer Street near the McDowell and Southside intersection. This greenway lies on [...]

Reed Creek Greenway Expansion Feasibility Study

The City of Asheville received grant funding from the French Broad River Metropolitan Organization (FBRMPO) to conduct a $50,000 feasibility study for the remaining sections of the Reed Creek Greenway.

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