City of Staunton STARS Intersection Safety Study

The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) in collaboration with the City of Staunton, the Staunton-Augusta-Waynesboro Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), BRITE Transit, and ATCS Consulting, is conducting a transportation study on ten intersections within the City of Staunton that are indicated as having safety and pedestrian needs.

Intersections include:

  • Johnson & New Streets
  • Johnson & Augusta Streets
  • Johnson Street & Central Avenue
  • Frederick & Augusta Streets
  • Beverley & New Streets
  • Beverley & Augusta Streets
  • Beverley & Lewis Streets
  • Beverley & Jefferson Streets
  • Beverley Street & Hays Avenue
  • Beverley Street & Grubert Avenue

The goal of this STARS (Strategically Targeted Affordable Roadway Solutions) study is to identify improvement recommendations to address the safety needs and improve non-motorized access at the study intersections, while also considering overall aesthetics to enhance the historic downtown. Final study recommendations will be considered by the City for advancement through state transportation funding programs.

Visit the VDOT study page for more information and to take the survey.