Archive for “GRTC”


HANGER 18 this Friday at GRTC

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The Light of Human Kindness continues

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Proposed changes to GRTC Route 4


Pre-party for RVA Street Art Festival next week


The Light of Human Kindness interactive mural set for GRTC bus depot

Animation of the location of every bus in Richmond over a whole weekday


Years to go before GRTC barns are developed

GRTC’s CEO picked to lead Orlando’s transit system

The Times-Dispatch reports that GRTC’s CEO John Lewis has been tapped to head up the Central Florida Regional Transportation Authority in Orlando, Florida.

Council to wait on GRTC

The agenda for the Monday, September 27 City Council meeting has this: Ord. No. 2010-167 (Patron: Mayor Jones) – To authorize the Chief Administrative Officer *** to execute a Cooperation Agreement between the City of Richmond and Richmond Redevelopment and Housing Authority for the purpose of providing for the Richmond Redevelopment and Housing Authority to […]

GRTC bus barn has tons of potential

Richmond BizSense has a piece today on the 10 properties with tons of potential. First on the list? The old GRTC bus barn on Cary Street…

Mayor Wants City to Buy GRTC Property

Following up yesterday’s news about federal DOT money for the GRTC is this: Mayor Dwight Jones wants the City to buy the 7 acre Fan property that currently houses the GRTC. Fan area councilman Charles Samuels weighs in: Second District Councilman Charles R. Samuels, whose district includes the Fan, said whatever happens to the property […]

Senator Webb Helps Secure GRTC Funding

Senator Webb announced that GRTC will receive $2.3 Million in federal DOT money towards the construction of the new bus administrative and maintenance facility in Richmond. The current GRTC facility in the Fan (which has housed the GRTC for 100 years) will be shuttered and re-developed. GRTC hopes to play a role in said re-development, […]

Plans for the GRTC Bus Shed

Richmond BizSense just ran a transcript from an interview with chief of the GRTC, John M. Lewis Jr.  In it he talked about the long-term plan for the bus shed at Robinson and Cary after GRTC moves its headquarters to Belt Boulevard (likely in October/November 2009). Which begs the question: What happens to the old […]