Granby Street Bike Lanes - Willow Wood Drive to Admiral Taussig Boulevard

Project News

In January 2022, City Council voted in favor to accept the SMART Scale funding for this project. This concludes the Project Development effort. As of early 2023, Transportation Department staff have been working to develop the 60% designs for the bike lanes.

Check out the Project Fact Sheet (PDF) and the Project Q&A Sheet (PDF), updated January 10, 2022. Information about the 60% design plans will be shared when ready.

Project LocationGranby Bike Willow Wood Taussig Map

Granby Street between Willow Wood Drive and Admiral Taussig Boulevard (just south of the I-564 overpass)

Project Information

In 2021, the City of Norfolk Department of Transportation worked with the community to develop a potential project to implement bike lanes on Granby Street between Willow Wood Drive and Admiral Taussig Boulevard (just south of the I-564 overpass) by repurposing a vehicle lane in each direction into bike lanes. City staff and the community also worked to identify other multimodal and pedestrian safety improvements at various locations along Granby Street as a supplement to the bike lanes.

To learn more about this project development effort, please check out:

The next steps for this project are as follows:

  • Fall 2023/Winter 2024 - Design Continues: The project team will continue to work on the design for the bike lanes as well as the design for the pedestrian hybrid beacon at Granby Street and Suburban Parkway. Moving forward with the additional multimodal/pedestrian safety improvements will depend on the approval of the submitted CIP funding requests.

Public Outreach


As the project moves through the Design phase, the project team has continued to engage with the community and other local stakeholders. The schedule for a general public meeting to review the designs is still to be determined.

Project Development

The first round of public outreach for the project development effort consisted of a virtual workshop held on March 11, 2021 and an online survey that was open between March 11 and April 13, 2021. 

The second virtual workshop was held on June 29, 2021 to gather public input on the traffic study results and design concepts developed based on the first round of public input. The second public comment period was open until October 22, 2021. 

The final round of public outreach consisted of an in-person open house to allow residents and community members to discuss the proposed Granby Street Bike Lanes with City of Norfolk representatives. This event was held at the Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church on Newport Avenue on September 22, 2021. The project team also attended civic league and task force meetings in Fall 2021 to provide updates on the project and answer questions from residents.

Project updates are sent by email to all workshop registrants and upon request by individuals. Contact us to request email updates. Updates are also posted on this webpage and official City of Norfolk social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, NextDoor).