Southeast Corridor Greenway Study

Southeast Corridor Greenway Study

The Southeast Corridor Greenway Study provides planning work and an environmental assessment for a 65 mile greenway from Petersburg, Virginia to the North Carolina border along the section of the Southeast High Speed Rail Corridor in Virginia. The North Carolina Department of Transportation completed similar work for an additional 55 miles to Raleigh, NC. A corridor study was required to determine potential environmental impacts, both to the human and natural environments, which could result from the proposed greenway. The proposed greenway is adjacent to the preferred SEHSR alterative described in the Tier II SEHSR Final Environmental Impact Statement. The Virginia portion of the study area extends from Burgess, VA to the Virginia/North Carolina state line.

 

*These PDFs were split by planning district commission (or equivalent) to accommodate site file size requirements.

 

 

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