WILLIAMSBURG — There’s still time for the public to weigh in on improvements to downtown Williamsburg.
The deadline to take the City of Williamsburg’s Capitol Landing Road Corridor survey ends on Thursday, May 6.
“This survey is a chance for residents, business owners, and other stakeholders to inform Williamsburg of their preferences for improvements to the Capitol Landing Road corridor,” said Nicole Trifone, City of Williamsburg spokesperson. “Public input will help the city determine the scale and scope of these improvements.”
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Those who take the survey will see different questions about possible improvements to the corridor for pedestrians, bicyclists and other transit features including street lighting. You can take the survey here.
According to the City of Williamsburg, the survey will be shown to the city council before design work begins.
The video below will provide more information about the Capitol Landing Corridor Improvements, courtesy of the City of Williamsburg.
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