Friday, December 9, 2022

Williamsburg Seeking Public Input on Capitol Landing Road Improvements

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WILLIAMSBURG-As Williamsburg prepares to improve the Capitol Landing Road corridor, city officials are seeking input from the public on options. Citizens are asked to complete a survey on improvements by May 6. Options for improving the corridor include replacing sidewalks, widening the roadway, making the area more bicycle and pedestrian friendly, installing underground wiring, and enhancing street lighting. Once the survey is complete, the City Council will hear public opinion before proceeding with the project. To take the survey, click here.

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