NEW C-VILLE COVER STORY: Albemarle’s walkability goals are slow to gain a foothold

According to the Neighborhood Model of Albemarle County, it is an important goal that residents—especially those who live in the designated growth areas, which include Hollymead Town Center—can get around by walking at least some of the time. Erika Howsare tests it out in this week’s feature story. Read it here and don’t forget to leave comments!

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