Charlottesville-Albemarle Transportation Coalition, Inc.
In 2000 CATCO produced the Route 29 Bypass Green Book, which summarized the project's history for the period between 1980 and early 2000. It outlines the steps taken by both bypass opponents and supporters.
The group became active again in 2011 when the bypass was revived. They filed a series of Freedom of Information Act requests from the Virginia Department of Transportation in order to obtain internal documents. In Oct 2013, CATCO was accused of skirting registration requirements after Albemarle County Supervisor Kenneth C. Boyd filed a formal complaint about several radio advertisements run by the group. CATCO appears to have been inactive since 2013, and plans for the bypass were discontinued in 2014. 
- A Tale of Two Roads, File:20121103-CATCO-Tale-of-Two-Roads.pdf, November 2012
- Deceptions, File:20130620-CATCO-DECEPTIONS.pdf, June 2013
- The Resurrection of the Route 29 Bypass, File:20131010-CATCO-Resurrection-Plot.pdf, October 2013
- Web. CATCO Route 29 Bypass Green Book, Charlottesville-Albemarle Transportation Coalition, Piedmont Environmental Council, Jan 2000, retrieved 8 July 2013.
- Web. , Charlottesville-Albemarle Transportation Coalition, Inc., October 6, 2011, retrieved October 10, 2011.
- Web. Boyd files complaints against anti-bypass group, Charlottesville Tomorrow, 2013-10-31
- Web. CHARLOTTESVILLE-ALBEMARLE TRANSPORTATION COALITION INC, open990, 2022-06-09