Hop on the bus, Gus. You don't need to discuss much cuz this ride is free.
Approximately half of the necessary workforce reported for duty as of 4:30 AM, according to GRTC officials.
The bus was equipped with a surveillance camera and it is currently being reviewed.
Julie Timm returns to Virginia from Tennessee, where she served the past three years as the Chief Development Officer for Nashville Metropolitan Transit Authority and Regional...
This free service will be available only on the Pulse, starting at 6 p.m. December 31, and will run until 1:30 a.m., January 1.
The first will take place today, August 27th at the Eastern Henrico Recreation Center at noon; a second meeting in the West End is Thursday.
“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...
The pilot program is scheduled to last for the upcoming academic year.
The Randolph Neighborhood Association will be holding a community meeting with GRTC to discuss the bus line running through the neighborhood and residents' concerns.
GRTC Pulse opened its doors on Sunday June 24th, completing 6,240 trips on the first day. The ridership goal for Sunday was 1,600. Things only went...