Amanda Poncy

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Amanda Poncy

Amanda Poncy is the Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator for the city of Charlottesville.[1]

Her responsibilities include coordinating bicycle and pedestrian planning efforts between the city, Albemarle County, and the Virginia Department of Transportation; addressing questions and complaints from bicyclists and pedestrians; evaluating development proposals for their accommodation of bicyclists and pedestrians; and overseeing the city’s Safe Routes to School program. Before accepting her position with the city, she worked five years with the local Renaissance Planning Group.[2] Poncy was also co-author of an AARP report called "Planning Complete Streets for an Aging America."[3]


  1. Web. Contact Information and Staff Directory, City of Charlottesville, retrieved 1 July 2013.
  2. Web. City brings bicycle/pedestrian coordinator onboard, Kurt Walters, Charlottesville Tomorrow, 28 Jan 2012, retrieved 1 July 2013.
  3. Web. Planning Complete Streets for an Aging America, Jana Lynott, Jessica Haase, Kristin Nelson, Amanda Taylor, Hannah Twadell, Jared Ulmer, Barbara McCann, Edward Stollof, AARP, May 2009, retrieved 1 July 2013.