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VDOT will host two community meetings in May about the Fall Line. Join to learn about progress on the trail, updates to the trail alignment, and give your input. Both events are open-house meetings between 5 - 7 p.m.

May 3 at Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens (1800 Lakeside Ave, Richmond)

May 5 at Hilton Garden Inn - Southpark (800 Southpark Blvd, Colonial Heights)

Open to the public. Register to receive details and reminder notification. 

[Dec 2021] Funding for Fall Line Take Shape...

... After an unprecedented slate of funding dedications, the Sports Backers’ efforts to build the 43-mile Fall Line moved one step closer to being fully funded. [Updated March 2022]

[Mar 2020] "Fall Line" officially revealed...

...as new name for 43-mile trail from Ashland to Petersburg. Governor Northam shares name as part of groundbreaking in Ashland. 

[Mar 2020] VDOT completes Ashland to Petersburg trail study...

...The Ashland to Petersburg Trail Study documents the identification of a preferred multi-use trail corridor, which would extend approximately 43 miles. The trail would accommodate bicyclists, pedestrians and other active transportation users through Chesterfield, Hanover and Henrico counties, as well the cities of Colonial Heights, Petersburg and Richmond, and the Town of Ashland.

[Oct 2019] Envisioning Regional Trails Workshop...

...brings founders of the Indianapolis Cultural Trail and greater Richmond regional leadership together to what the Ashland to Petersburg trail (now Fall Line) could mean for active living in the area. 

[Feb 2019] VDOT begins Ashland to Petersburg trail study...

...to engage community and local staff to find a preferred route connecting the cities/counties of Ashland, Hanover, Henrico, Richmond, Chesterfield, Colonial Heights, and Petersburg.