Toole Design Group
Toole Design Group is a national engineering and planning firm completed the first phase of a process that could help determine the future of transportation in Charlottesville. The consultants were hired by the city to oversee one of several planning efforts to create “complete streets,” roads that safely accommodate pedestrians, cyclists and motorists.
By September 2015, the company had been paid $190,000 for its work on the Streets that Work Plan and the Bike and Pedestrian Master plan. 
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- Bike and Pedestrian Master Plan – Adopted by Charlottesville City Council. Firm is hired for $85,000 
- Route 29 Solutions critique – Ian Lockwood holds day-long charette on January 26, 2015 with opponents of Route 29 solutions projects  It is known how much Smart29 paid for his services.
- Streets That Work – Completed study adopted by Charlottesville City Council in 2016[when?]
- Standards and Design Manual – contract awarded in August 2017 for $199,987.00
- Web. Planning firm finishes workshop, gives input on Charlottesville’s streets, Reuben Jones, Charlottesville Tomorrow, 31 May 2014, retrieved 4 June 2014.
- Web. Will Charlottesville build ‘streets that work’?, Sean Tubbs, News Article, Charlottesville Tomorrow, Septmber 20, 2015, retrieved June 13, 2022.
- Web. Charlottesville to update master plan for bikes-pedestrians, Rueben Jones, News Article, Charlottesville Tomorrow, June 24, 2014, retrieved June 13, 2022.
- Web. Opponents hold non-binding workshop for Rio Road interchange alternatives, Sean Tubbs, Charlottesville Tomorrow, January 26, 2015, retrieved December 20, 2015.