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March 14, 2012

Hampton Roads revamps look, service

Replacing 120 of its 200 bus shelters, repainting nearly 200 buses, updating signage with NextBus information at all of its bus stops, is updating its logo and adopting new performance measurement criteria.


February 1, 2012

Hampton Roads Transit taps new President/CEO

William E. Harrell has served as Chesapeake's city manager since June 2007 and is credited with helping the city reduce spending while sustaining core services without an increase in taxes or fees.


April 27, 2010

Hampton Roads ends free cars, health insurance

Nineteen employees, including several vice presidents, have been getting the perk. The employees who received no-premium health insurance plans will now pay the same amount as other HRT employees.


February 4, 2010

New HRT head looking to change corporate culture

In dealing with a light rail project that may be over budget by nearly $100 million, Phillip A. Shucet says that Hampton Roads Transit has bred a “culture of fear” and needs more open communication.


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