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Day #087: Suspend bus fares on Election Day

Boosting voter turnout by reasonably lowering the costs of voting is a worthwhile pursuit.

Day #062: Incentives for going on a car diet

What would it take to get you on the bus?

Day #047: Special GRTC routes

What can Richmond do to boost GRTC revenue and bus ridership?

GRTC opens RVA’s first transfer plaza Sunday

Over 20 routes will be altered for the city’s first transportation center. The big step is likely the first of several to come.

Accident involving GRTC bus injures multiple people

Multiple people injured in an accident involving a GRTC bus downtown.

Proposed changes to GRTC Route #4 connect Carytown and VCU

At last night’s 5th District meeting, Councilman Parker Agelasto included a presentation on proposed changes to GRTC’s bus route #4.

GRTC bus catches fire

If you heard a large boom last night around 11:45 – 11:50 PM you weren’t alone. It turns out that a bus caught on fire on the corner of Westover Hill Boulevard and Forest Hill Avenue.

Richmond City bus driver assaulted by students

Police were called at 7:48 a.m. by a man who identified himself as a school bus driver who said he had pulled over his vehicle at Idlewood Avenue and Sheppard Street, near the city’s Carytown neighborhood, after being assaulted by a group of juveniles on the bus he was driving to Albert H. Hill Middle […]

Big plans brewing for To the Bottom & Back

During the summer, To the Bottom & Back suspended services due to a decrease in ridership. Now, the nonprofit bus service is seeing increased gains, and has its eyes set on expansion.

What it costs to keep To the Bottom and Back running

Many were surprised when To the Bottom and Back suspended its bus services last weekend because of a lack of donations. We talked with the founder to find out what it needs to keep going.

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