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Biltmore Ave and McDowell St Corridor Survey

Biltmore Ave and McDowell St Corridor Survey

Study Background


The Biltmore Avenue and McDowell Street corridors connect downtown Asheville and Biltmore Village-two very walkable areas with a variety of land uses and destinations.  Both roadways are maintained by the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT). The City of Asheville is working with the NCDOT, a consulting team and other agencies to review a range of potential transportation improvements along Biltmore Avenue and McDowell Street. 

This study will consider a range of solutions and make recommendations for improvements to accommodate all transportation users including motorists, bicyclists, pedestrians, and transit riders. The study is expected to conclude in the summer of 2021.

As part of public and stakeholder outreach for the study, the study team is conducting a public input survey.  Please help answer a few questions to inform the study.

 

Biltmore

 
Please let us know your home neighborhood location, if applicable.
Kenilworth Neighborhood
22%
One of North Asheville Neighborhoods
17%
One of West Asheville Neighborhoods
11%
Buncombe County outside of Asheville
11%
Other neighborhood in Asheville
9%
One of South Asheville Neighborhoods
9%
Live outside of Buncombe County
6%
DARN (Downtown Asheville) Neighborhood
4%
East End/Valley Street Neighborhood
4%
South Slope Neighborhood
2%
Oakhurst Neighborhood
2%
South French Broad (Southside) Neighborhood
2%
WECAN (West End/Clingman Avenue Neighborhood)
1%
Livingston Heights Neighborhood
0%
Erskine-Walton Neighborhood
0%
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