Cars travel through a narrow section of Riverside Drive in the River Arts District. More public engagement coming in February Did you know that the roads in Asheville along the river were originally built over 100 years ago? The River Arts District Transportation Improvement Project (RADTIP) is designed to rebuild Riverside Drive and Lyman Street to modern standards. The RADTIP [...]
In this latest version of City Scoop, Dan Baechtold, Urban Planner II with the City of Asheville Transportation Department, discusses Riverfront redevelopment and the River Arts District Transportation Improvement Project (RADTIP).
Each third Thursday of the month the Riverfront Redevelopment Office hosts open office hours. This Thursday, please join us to talk more about Form Based Code for the River Arts District. From 3-5 p.m. Nov. 19, staff will be available on the 5th Floor of City Hall to answer your questions and hear your feedback. The City’s [...]
We want your input! The City of Asheville has embarked on a form-based code process for the River Arts District. We’ve seen the benefits of a form-based code in downtown, where it has added to the predictability of development for the community and developers, ensured that new buildings are compatible with surrounding areas, and has made [...]
Thursday, Sept. 17, and every third Thursday of the month, the City of Asheville’s Riverfront Office hosts open office hours where members of the community can drop in and find out what is going on with Riverfront development. Staff can answer your questions or provide you with an overview of what is happening now. Interested? The [...]
A presentation at Asheville-Buncombe Technical College on Saturday Jan. 22 offered a glimpse at what could be the future of transportation in Asheville’s River Arts District, and attendees had the chance to give their input into how they envision changes in the corridor. The presentation was the first in a series of public input opportunities and [...]