5th Street Ridge McIntire Multimodal Corridor Study
In 2017, the city of Charlottesville began a study of existing traffic conditions along a roadway that changes names three times as it travels north-south through the center of the city. The 5th Street-Ridge-McIntire Multimodal Corridor Study is intended to inform future projects to increase pedestrian safety.es arise in the future. 
The study area includes the following six (6) signalized intersections and five (5) unsignalized intersections: • 5th Street and Harris Road (signalized) • 5th Street and Cleveland Avenue • 5th Street and Brookwood Drive • 5th Street and Bailey Road • 5th Street and unnamed apartment entry • 5th Street and Old Ridge Road • 5th Street, Ridge Street, Cherry Avenue, and Elliott Avenue (signalized) • Ridge Street and Monticello Avenue (signalized) • Ridge Street, Ridge-McIntire Road, West Main Street, South Street and Water Street (signalized) • Ridge-McIntire Road, McIntire Road, Preston Avenue, and Market Street (signalized) • McIntire Road and Harris Street (signalized)
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- Web. City wrapping up study of 5th-Ridge-McIntire corridor, Brielle Entzminger, News Article, Charlottesville Tomorrow, July 15, 2018, retrieved September 19, 2018.