CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- From 2018 to 2022, there were 194 fatalities on Virginia roadways, 13 of which occurred in Charlottesville. The Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission is opening the floor for the public to complete a survey to share their concerns.

The committee hosted a Move Safely Blue Ridge event at the Carver Recreation Center for people in Charlottesville. They showed people how many fatalities and injuries are happening on the roadways, then they asked for input. 

“So they can fill out a survey and tell us what they think some area of concerns are within their jurisdiction. The changes will come from the survey,” said Gorjan Gjorgjievski, project lead for the Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission.

The changes will be funded through a grant from the federal government. The same event will be held for Albemarle and Louisa County residents on Tuesday. For more information or to take the survey from home, visit https://movesafelyblueridge.com/