LPDA developed master plans, site plans and construction drawings for this TEA-21 trail project. LPDA also prepared and submitted environmental and permitting document including permits through VMRC for river edge construction and bridge restoration.
This seven-mile trail is multi-use and serves equestrians, pedestrians and cyclists. When fully complete, the trail will connect the James River to the Blue Ridge Parkway. The first phase of construction was completed in 2003, with the second phase completed in 2008.