McIntire Park pedestrian bridge
The City of Charlottesville in early 2019 finally completed a pedestrian bridge across the north-south railroad line that bisects McIntire Park. The project allows for pedestrians and cyclists to travel east-west on a trail planned to run parallel to the 250 bypass. 
By 2017, the project was fully funded at a cost of $2.2 million, allowing for the city to issue a request for proposals. 
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