Transportation Planning is an important function in evaluating, analyzing, and guiding transportation projects in our Region. Through the coordinated study of the numerous transportation modes such as roadways, transit systems, and bicycle and pedestrian options, transportation planning supports efforts that ensure that viable transportation options are considered and made available to our communities.
Below is a list of active and completed transportation studies from the CVPDC. If you need further information regarding any of these titles, please feel free to contact us.
Please see our current fiscal year Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP) for a more full and complete listing of those activities on which we are currently working.
- Pedestrian Safety and Walkability Study - Downtown Amherst, Virginia
- Atlanta Avenue Corridor Study Atlanta Avenue Corridor Study Technical Appendix
- Route 221 Corridor Plan
- Simons Run Corridor Study Simons Run Corridor Technical Appendix
- Wards Ferry Road Corridor Study:
- Appomattox Old Courthouse Road Corridor Study
- Greater Lynchburg Wayfinding Signage Study
- Campbell Avenue Access Management Study
- Region 2000 Congestion Survey Results Document
- Report on the Region 2000 Rural Long Range Transportation Study
- Route 460 West Corridor Study
- Route 122 Corridor Study
- Route 221 Corridor Management Study - (Bedford County)
- Commuter Services Report
- Independence Boulevard Corridor Study:
- Route 24 Corridor Management Study - (Bedford County)
- Devlopment of a Regional Action Plan for Coordinated Land Use and Transportation Planning
- CVMPO Traffic Analysis Zone Update Report (2018)
- Lynchburg Area Greenway Alliance Strategic Plan
- Virginia's Region 2000 Park and Ride Lot Location Study