Christopher Henry

The confluence of Preston and Grady avenues and 10th Street NW is a bewildering series of merges. The new Dairy Central development faces the spot where Grady and Preston merge, a site of frequent vehicle crashes. Photo Credit: Skyclad Aerial

Traffic troubles: What will new development bring to an already dangerous intersection?

By Spencer Philps The opening of the Dairy Central apartment, retail, and office complex, slated for May 2020, is likely to bring more traffic to one of Charlottesville’s most confusing and dangerous intersections. According to development materials on the Dairy Central website, Preston Avenue, a primary link between US 29 and downtown, sees about 39,000 […]

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