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}}The '''Bent Creek Parkway''' is a planned road that will connect [[Fifth Street]] with [[Avon Street]].  
 
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At the October 2011 meeting of the [[MPO Policy Board]], Albemarle resident Lawrence Jacksina suggested that plans for the Bent Creek Parkway be amended to provide one-way access to Interstate 64. {{fact}}
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Bent Creek Parkway

Project Underway

Project Overview
Sponsor New Era Properties

Status Update

The Bent Creek Parkway is a planned road that will connect Fifth Street with Avon Street.

The road was proffered by the developers of the Fifth and Avon Center as part of a rezoning. The Albemarle County Board of Supervisors agreed to rezone the land to accommodate the new retail development, but will not grant occupancy until the road is completed[1].

Alternate ideas

At the October 2011 meeting of the MPO Policy Board, Albemarle resident Lawrence Jacksina suggested that plans for the Bent Creek Parkway be amended to provide one-way access to Interstate 64. [citation needed] The idea did not go anywhere.

References

  1. Web. County approves major retail development between Fifth & Avon, Tubbs, Sean, Weblog post. Charlottesville Tomorrow News Center, Charlottesville Tomorrow, 8 Sept. 2009