Since the dawn of the automobile, parking along the narrow Main Street of Madison has been in short supply. The main drag is characterized by businesses on both sides of a narrow passage frequently used by larger vehicles traveling south from Rt. 231 to Rt. 29. Since the beginning of 2021, the parking situation has been the primary issue facing the Madison Town Council.
Olivia Rodrigo has been slapped with a parking ticket after revealing it took her four attempts to pass her driving test.
City cultural and political elites mocked promises to provide parking for county county facilities. But where will persons with mobility disabilities and chronic health conditions impacting mobility park safely, conveniently and accessibly?
The regular meeting of the Madison Town Council became animated after Madison Free Clinic’s Executive Director Brenda Clements appealed to the council to create an ordinance to resolve a parking issue with neighboring business, BulletProof. Clements told members of the council that staff and patients of the free clinic have encountered problems crossing the street because parked cars in front of the gun shop impair visibility.
Twenty years after the introduction of its pioneering iDrive infotainment system, BMW teased a sweeping update to the software to be fully unveiled later this year. The luxury automaker promised further integration of the system’s current features — such as intelligent voice-activated controls and remote software upgrades — as well as new ones.
With the trail’s popularity since opening, parking at both ends, especially the eastern trailhead, has “been really challenging.”
With 150 miles already behind them, the 11th day of Mark and Cynthia Lorenzoni's Coast to Coast walk would take them into the last quarter of their journey across England.
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Charlottesville and Albemarle County have been providing monetary and technical assistance to businesses throughout the pandemic and are gearing up for more help ahead of winter.
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Crews will start construction of a shared-use path along Water Street south of downtown later this month.
The station’s memorial atrium will be open from 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday.
The RFP, which was publicly posted Thursday, comes after the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors and Charlottesville City Council announced last December that the county courts would remain downtown.
The City of Charlottesville will shift a few on-street parking allocations in Court Square beginning Aug. 5.