Based on input from the public and associated stakeholders, the Richmond Transit Network Plan study team, in close collaboration with GRTC Transit System, has developed a draft recommended bus route network that redesigns the transit service to provide higher frequency service in areas with more activity and coverage service in areas that are less populated. The City will host a series of public meetings and other outreach efforts to educate the public on the recommended bus network and to get feedback from the community. Public feedback and comments will help us refine and finalize the Network Plan he City expects to implement later in 2017.
The City invites the public to a series of eight (8) upcoming public meetings to allow the community an opportunity to:
- learn about the Draft Recommended Transit Network, how it was developed and how it compares to the existing transit network,
- provide feedback on how well the new network meets Richmond’s transit needs,
- learn about some of the next steps for implementation of the new network, and
- ask questions of the project team.
The public is invited to attend any of these public meetings:
Public meeting locations are accessible to persons with disabilities. The City of Richmond strives to provide reasonable accommodations and services for persons who require assistance to participate. For special assistance, citizens should call Amy Inman at (804) 646-5871 or TDD 711 at least 72 hours in advance of each meeting.
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