Final Recommended Network Released!

Our study team, including City staff, GRTC staff, and the consulting team is pleased to release our Final Recommended Network.


You can download the full Report on the Final Recommended Network to get all the background and detail:

Report on Final Recommended Network - March 2017 (13 MB PDF)


Public Meetings

GRTC will host the next round of public meetings to get feedback on the final recommendations. Meetings are scheduled as follows:

Wednesday, March 8th, 6-8pm, Southside Community Service Center. (8th District)

Thursday, March 9th, 6-7:30PM, Goodwill, 6301 Midlothian Turnpike.
(9th District)

Friday, March 10th, 10AM-2PM (presentation at 11AM), Senior Informational Fair, Robinson Theatre, 2603 Q Street. (7th District)

Saturday, March 11th, Noon-2PM, Main Library, 101 E Franklin St. (6th District)

Wednesday, March 15th, 6-8PM, Byrd Park Round House. (5th District)

Thursday, March 16th, 6-8PM, Ephesus Seventh Day Adventist Church in "The Commons Room," 3700 Midlothian Turnpike. (5th District)

Saturday, March 18th, Noon-2PM, Bellemeade Community Center, 1800 Lynhaven Ave. (6th District)

Monday, March 20th, 6-8PM, Huguenot High Community Center, 7945 Forest Hill Ave. (4th District)

Tuesday, March 21st, 6-7:30PM, Creighton Court Recreation Center, 2101 Creighton Road. (7th District)

Wednesday, March 22nd, 5:30PM-7PM, United Methodist Family Services Meeting Room, 3700 W Broad Street. (1st & 2nd Districts)

Thursday, March 23rd, 6-8PM, Pine Camp Cultural Arts and Community Center, 4901 Old Brook Rd. (3rd District)

Tuesday, March 28th, 6-8PM, Hotchkiss Community Center, 701 E. Brookland Park Boulevard. (6th District)

Wednesday, March 29th, 6-7:30PM, Fairfield Court Recreation Center, 2506 Phaup Street. (7th District)

Thursday, March 30th, 6-8PM, Powhatan Community Center, 5051 Northampton St. (7th District)

For more information, see

What is the Transit Network Plan?

The Richmond Transit Network Plan will rethink the design of the city's bus network in the context of a changing city and the new Pulse BRT.

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Phase 1 Report

Our Phase 1 document is called the "Choices Report". It lays out certain facts about transit and development in Richmond, and draws the reader's attention to major choices that these facts force us to wrestle with.

Richmond Transit Choices Report - May 2016 - Print Quality (30MB PDF)

Richmond Transit Choices Report - May 2016 - Smaller File Size (4MB PDF)

Phase 2 Interactive Report

In Phase 2 our team developed three concepts for a new transit network in Richmond. You can read about these concepts here. And you can see how the concepts change your access to the city using our interactive webmap.

In Phase 2 we held 8 public meetings to explaing the concepts and recieved over 900 public survey responses. You can read about the responses and our summary of the public feedback here

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