RI-23-10: Route 10 (Randolph Road) - City of Hopewell

RI-23-10 Overview Map

From W. Cawson Street to N. Terminal Street / Rev CW Harris Street


The Phase 2 survey regarding potential improvements along Route 10 (Randolph Rd.) from W. Cawson St. to N. Terminal St./Rev CW Harris St. in the City of Hopewell is complete.

Project Purpose

The purpose of this study is to evaluate safety and operational issues and develop solutions along Route 10 (Randolph Road) from W. Cawson Street to N. Terminal Street/Rev CW Harris Street. This 0.4-mile corridor includes segments identified with VTrans Priority 2 District Needs. Two intersections (N. Main Street and E. City Point Road) have been identified as VTrans Safety Improvement Nodes. In addition, the city is concerned with high-speed truck traffic along the corridor. The study goals are to identify safety, transportation demand management, and accessibility (bicycle, pedestrian, and transit) improvements along the corridor for all transportation users.

Study Partners

  • City of Hopewell
  • Tri-Cities Area Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • Hopewell Downtown Partnership
  • WSP

Key Points of Contact

District Lead: Liz McAdory

Lead Consultant: Sachin Katkar


Phase 1 May - August 2023 Diagnose Problems/Conduct Initial Public Outreach/Brainstorm Alternatives
Phase 2 September - December 2023 Evaluate Preliminary Alternatives/Conduct Public Outreach and Obtain Feedback/Select Preferred Alternatives
Phase 3 January-July 2024  Conduct Risk Assessment/Develop and Refine Preferred Alternatives/Prepare Cost Estimate and Investment Strategy

Phase 1 Public Engagement Summary

The Phase 1 survey regarding potential transportation safety, operations, access, transportation demand management, and bicycle/pedestrian/transit improvements along Route 10 (Randolph Rd.) from W. Cawson St. to N. Terminal Street/Rev CW Harris St. in the City of Hopewell is complete.

Dates Number of Participants (unique individuals)
August 14-September 6, 2023 139
The following needs have been identified for this study. Do you agree with this initial assessment?
Safety 93%
Operations 55%
Transportation Demand Management 54%
Transit Accessibility 49%
Bicycle and Pedestrian Accessibility 44%
What mode(s) of travel do you use when traveling along the study area?
Personal Vehicle 99%
Walking 22%
Cycling 8%
Carpool / Vanpool 5%
Truck or Commercial Vehicle 5%
Other 2%
Taxi / Uber / Lyft 1%
Metro Bus, Local Bus, or Commuter Bus 1%

Last updated: April 24, 2024

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