Topic : Greater Richmond Transit Co.

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Q&A with Greater Richmond Transit's travel trainer Kelsey Calder

Accessibility| November 12, 2018

The most important lessons I have learned are how to listen and how to trust.

GRTC announces interim CEO

Management & Operations| August 14, 2018

Will replace current CEO David Green, who is resigning at the end of August.

Management & Operations| November 27, 2017

GRTC honors Rosa Parks

Parks is most well-known for her act of defiance on a Montgomery, Ala., bus on Dec. 1, 1955 that changed the course of history.

Bus| January 12, 2017

Interactive tech helps Richmond, Va. establish more 'connected' transit

The first-of-its-kind Geographic Information System tool, developed by Michael Baker International, will assist the city of Richmond, Va. in visualizing various transit options.

Bus| October 6, 2016

GRTC route structure plan favors ridership over coverage

According to the presentation to the council, about 3,000 riders and members of the public polled in on-board and online surveys and at public meetings largely favor less waiting and greater stop spacing.

Bus| July 30, 2015

CHK America completes first tier of GRTC bus stop signage improvements

Tier One modernizes 300 stops along two of GRTC’s busiest routes with each stop receiving upgrades that include new flags with clearly visible route and bus stop numbers as well as eye-level, easy-to-use printed schedule and map information.

November 5, 2014

Va. transit fleet kicks off major CNG transition

GRTC is a member of the Virginia Clean Cities (VCC) coalition, which over the years has hosted a variety of workshops, webinars and other training opportunities for fleets interested in transitioning to CNG. Another coalition member — the City of Richmond — inaugurated its fleet of CNG refuse haulers in 2011, which set the stage for GRTC’s transition. View the YouTube video to see how VCC helped the city implement its CNG fleet.
Accessibility| September 16, 2013

Va. transit may end weekend service for disabled riders

Greater Richmond Transit Co. is running out of funds to keep the program running. Demand for the service has spiked by 75% over the last 10 years.

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