Downtown Lynchburg Prepares for Phase 4 of Renewal Project

Downtown Lynchburg is gearing up for Phase 4 of the Renewal Project, extending from Main and 12th Street to the Main Street bridge over Route 29. With major updates planned for infrastructure and streetscape, including water, sewer, and storm drain lines, the city is ready for transformation.

“Jamerson-Lewis Project Manager, Clu Pettyjohn, said his team, as well as the city and the Downtown Lynchburg Association, will be working together to ensure that any problems that come up during construction will be handled. ‘Vehicular access may be a problem, but you know, we can park close by and walk,’ Pettyjohn said. ‘We’re gonna do our best to advertise, create signs, and show people how to get there.’”

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