Tiziana B

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January, 2022

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Supported a comment by Tera B on Quartz District 8 months ago
Tera B
Think about sustainability in the planning and with what companies you let into the retail space….it shouldn’t just be about who will pay the most but who will reinvest in the community and add value. Sadly I have no faith and afraid this will just become another shopping center like everything else in Woodbridge and make traffic worse at that.
Supported a comment by Sarah Yardley on Quartz District 8 months ago
Sarah Yardley
Community park with walking/biking trails. A community garden. Vibrant murals by local artists. Green roofs. Free little library (leave a book/take a book). Electric vehicle charging. Dog park or doggy daycare. Summer movie nights in the park. Beer hall/craft brewery with outdoor seating. Healthy fast casual restaurant options.
Supported a comment by Charles Grymes on Quartz District 8 months ago
Charles Grymes
Complete streets should prioritize walking/biking more than at Mosaic District.
Supported a comment by Charles Grymes on Quartz District 8 months ago
Charles Grymes
If the community will have more adult residents than jobs, then Quartz will be a larger-than-normal community that generates more traffic by commuters - just like smaller subdivisions. Need to prioritize new bike/pedestrian connections and bus service to mitigate that impact.
Supported a comment by Allen M on Quartz District 8 months ago
Allen M
Place car parking and most deliveries around the perimeter and in garages and locate the development facing a close network of small, walkable streets. Spread out well-designed bicycle racks for visitor bike parking close to destinations. Include secure indoor bicycle parking for employees and residents in all buildings.
Supported a comment by Allen M on Quartz District 8 months ago
Allen M
Prince William Parkway and Minnieville Road are the routes for U.S. Bicycle Route 1, the main north-south long-distance (Maine to Florida) bicycle touring route for the eastern United States. As such, both roads need high-quality shared-use paths, well-separated from the roadway (so they remain passable after winter snow storms) with little or no motor vehicle cross flows, especially high-speed cross flows.