DowntownIn ProgressTransportation and AccessibilityWell-planned and Livable Community
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.
Asheville Unpaved is a community-supported initiative, led by Asheville on Bikes, Pisgah Area SORBA, and Connect Buncombe, dedicated to [...]
DowntownAccepting InputTransportation and Accessibility
In the summer/fall of 2022, the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) will be re-paving and re-striping portions of US 25, including Merrimon Avenue and Broadway and Biltmore Downtown.
DowntownIn ProgressTransportation and Accessibility
The City has been working with Asheville on Bikes and Connect Buncombe to develop a plan to install buffered bike lanes on College Street and Patton Avenue in the core of Downtown. These new bike facilities will connect to other existing bike lanes and future bike lanes that are planned. The City would like to gather feedback on the proposed design and plans from the public, Downtown businesses, and property owners prior to planned installation in Summer 2022.
CitywideIn ProgressTransportation and Accessibility
The City of Asheville is in the midst of a large project to update the City’s Greenway Plan, ADA Transition Plan, and Pedestrian Plan.
DowntownSouthAccepting InputTransportation and Accessibility
The Greenway Connectors are on-road improvements in two project areas for bike and pedestrian safety and way-finding. The objective of this project is to connect greenways in the project area and provide safe passage for pedestrians and bicyclists from one greenway trailhead to another.
NorthIn ProgressTransportation and Accessibility
Changes under consideration are proposed for the part of Merrimon Avenue between W.T. Weaver Boulevard and Midland Road (at Beaver Lake).
Red Asterisks – Main Trailheads; Blue Squares – Access points; Green dots – Locations of signs (double-sided)
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 [...]
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.
DowntownEastIn ProgressTransportation and Accessibility
The City of Asheville’s Transportation Bond project will be engineering and constructing a section of the Swannanoa River Greenway.