The first seat on every bus will be reserved, drivers will keep their headlights on, and bus marquees will display a message in Parks’ honor.
The news comes after Virginia’s DMV commissioner overturned a September ruling saying the company could not operate a dealership.
The diverging diamond style intersection would be the first in the Richmond area and help alleviate congestion, Henrico traffic engineers say.
The city says the changes will save tens of thousands in paper and administrative costs, cut down on customer service calls, and provide a better experience for drivers downtown.
The association will host two upcoming meetings to allow stakeholders to learn more about the project.
All current and former military members can ride the bus for free on Friday, November 11th.
The initiative aims to educate first-time riders on public transportation and reduce any stress and anxiety about taking the bus.
Construction begins in earnest today on one of the largest transportation projects in the City’s history–here’s our guide to everything you need to know to during construction and what to expect when service begins in October of 2017.