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Transforming how we move around our community is one of the most important elements of climate action.

At the government level, Albemarle County can improve transportation infrastructure to facilitate biking and walking, increase public transit service routes, and plan for development that makes it easier for people to get around with fewer to no emissions. 

You can support this transition by starting to bike, walk, and use public transit, as well as by carpooling and driving vehicles with lower or zero emissions. These actions will support a healthier community.  

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Transportation Resources

Walk or Bike

A number of great bike and pedestrian paths already exist in Albemarle County.

Along with several community development and transportation plans, the County’s Climate Action Plan aims to make it easier for you to get where you need to by foot or bike. 

Adopt Driving Practices that Reduce Fuel Consumption

Idling from personal vehicles wastes 3 billion gallons of fuel each year (DOE).

Reducing idling by stopping and restarting your engine will save you money, keep the air clean, and help mitigate climate change.

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Use Public Transit

Local public transit is provided by three bus systems.

On your next trip out of town, consider taking the train.


The Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission (TJPDC) RideShare program helps drivers and riders find each other.

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