‘Road diet’ set for 4-lane section of Church Road

1.8-mile project will enhance safety, connectivity for bicyclists and pedestrians

A four-lane stretch of Church Road will be reconfigured this summer in a “road diet” conversion aimed at enhancing safety as well as connectivity for bicyclists and pedestrians.

The 1.8-mile portion between Wilde Lake Drive, near Lauderdale Drive, and Chapelwood Lane, near John Rolfe Parkway, will be repaved and restriped to create two travel lanes, a center turn lane and a buffered bike lane on each side.

The project, approved July 13 by the Board of Supervisors, also will provide curb ramps, median islands, signs and traffic signal modifications. Finley Asphalt & Sealing is expected to start work in August and finish in 45 days.

Church’s conversion is the type of project that can be replicated easily on four-lane, undivided roads with excess capacity because it reallocates how the pavement is used, said Terrell Hughes, director of the Department of Public Works.

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Belmont Celebrates Grand Re-Opening

Course will reopen to the public on Saturday, May 29

First Tee — Greater Richmond, Henrico County and Love Golf Design celebrated the grand re-opening of Belmont at a ceremony on Monday, May 24.

Officials from all three parties offered remarks at the event, with Davis Love III saying, “We [Love Golf Design] have never created a course that will have such an impact on golf.”

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Virginia begins early voting in June 8 primary elections

Henrico offers 5 drop box locations for convenience in returning ballots


With early voting in Virginia’s June 8 primary elections underway, Henrico County has begun fielding requests for absentee ballots and has expanded the number of locations where they can be returned.


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