“In Charlie, we are incredibly fortunate to have not only a professional with a wealth of transportation knowledge but also a familiar face to the GRTC family, said GRTC Board Chair Gary Armstrong.
According to the Department of Emergency Communications computer-aided dispatch system, the buttons generated 95 calls to 911 from May 5th to July 30th. Of those, 85 were silent.
Every month, starting in August, Lyft will award one non-profit $1,000 in Lyft ride credits to ease transportation challenges and support their work to create positive change in the Richmond region. Over $1.5 million is committed to the program and others like it over the next year nationally.
Proposed improvements include replacing the signalized intersection with a single lane roundabout. Additional amenities will include sidewalks, crosswalks, and pedestrian ramps.
Travel training is a process of teaching individuals with disabilities, older adults, and new riders how to ride public transportation safely and independently.
The driver of a pickup truck allegedly made an illegal left hand turn in front of a Pulse bus Tuesday evening, resulting in a crash with minor injuries.
Curious about how to use the new GRTC Pulse and what makes it different from our existing bus routes? Hop aboard with us as we talk with Carrie Rose Pace about how it all works and work to get all of your burning questions answered.
Residents and business owners say an increasing number of drivers have been speeding along Grove Avenue, and they’re working with the city to find solutions to the problem.
The pilot program will allow the current bicycle and baggage service between Newport News and Boston on the Amtrak Northeast Regional train to be provided at Main Street Station, offering a new, safe, and direct option to cyclists riding the Virginia Capital Trail between Richmond and Williamsburg.
The long-awaited project is wrapping up, and service will soon begin on the high-capacity, high-speed bus line running along Broad Street from Willow Lawn to Rocketts Landing.