James City County approves $50,000 trail addition

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December 3, 2012

7:31 PM

The James City County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a $50,000 addition of two access points to the Virginia Capital bike trail, yet cyclists do not feel that the addition is necessary. According to the Virginia Gazette a representative from the Historic Triangle Bicycle Advisory Committee told the board that these access points would be a luxury, but not a necessity. With the new access cuts covering 43 feet combined, local bikers feel that the funds would be better spent making dangerous riding areas safer.

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