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October 28, 2013

Council approves GRTC paratransit fare increase

Officials have said that public funding has not kept pace with the demand for the service and cuts to regular bus service could be required without the changes to CARE.


November 10, 2010

LYNX signs Lewis to CEO position

John M. Lewis Jr., 43, will bring to Central Florida more than 15 years experience in the transportation industry. Currently, he is the CEO for the Greater Richmond Transit Commission.


February 19, 2009

GRTC looks to Cleveland BRT

The Richmond, Va.-based transit authority officials are using the Euclid Corridor service as a prototype.


December 3, 2008

Greater Richmond Transit selects VHB for BRT project

The agency's first BRT line is anticipated to simplify operations and reduce congestion , while improving service to riders.


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