As the GRTC Pulse Bus Rapid Transit project wraps up, crews are removing those infamous orange barrels along Broad Street starting today and will begin testing the new fleet of buses beginning Monday.
The naming rights agreement will generate up to $6.4 million in non-fare revenue for GRTC operations over a term of up to 15 years.
The dinner crawl, taking place March 17th, is framed as a way to support restaurants along the W. Broad Street corridor affected by the construction of the city’s bus rapid transit line.
If you can’t make the meeting you can have the document emailed to you.
The project centers around five main intersections between the Richmond City line and Interstate 64 and will include ramps, crosswalks, and improved pedestrian signals.
Are you concerned about traffic in the Museum District? Do ever feel unsafe crossing the street or riding your bike? The MDA is hosting an important meeting regarding traffic hot spots in the neighborhood this Thursday to address this and other concerns.
Join in a conversation about transportation that Richmond has had before and will probably have again.
More than 50 people showed up, many of whom aired frustrations over construction and loss of parking, for a public meeting held by Richmond City Councilwoman Kim Gray to give an update about construction and completion of the GRTC Pulse bus rapid transit project.
Starting today 7th Street between Canal and Cary will be closed between 9AM – 4PM for a month.
Phase one of construction is now complete, adding over 100 new parking spaces at the train station–with more to come.