Land Use and Transportation
The scenic beauty of the Shenandoah Valley has attracted people for centuries, with its mountains, rolling farmland and historic towns. Local land use and transportation decisions play a significant role in maintaining — or diminishing — the beauty and character of the Valley.
The Alliance mobilizes citizens to get involved in planning commission, board of supervisor and city council decisions. Local planning can help protect our rural character— working farm and forest lands and historic battlefields- and encourage new growth to the Valley’s historic towns and cities.
Current Land Use and Transportation Projects
Input needed on Rt 33 Multi-use Path
Back in April, you encouraged Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) to fund the addition of a shared use path for […]
I-81 Committee Meeting 2
Alliance Transportation Lead Kim Sandum attended the second meeting of the I-81 Committee and had some good progress to report […]