Monday, April 5, 2021 @ 12:00am
    Routes 2, 23, and 44: Redgate Avenue Closure Detour

    Due to closure of Redgate Avenue between Hampton Boulevard and Colley Avenue, the Routes 2, 23, and 44 will detour until further notice .

    Stops Missed 
    5779 Redgate & Children’s Way
    0432 Colley & Raleigh

    Route 2 (Outbound Only)

    5767 Colley & Fairfax

    Route 2 (Outbound Only) and Route 23
    Fort Norfolk Station (Customers are advised to use the temporary stop at Colley Avenue & Southampton Avenue)

    0272 Redgate & Colley
    0273 Colley & Raleigh

    Route 2:

    Outbound starting from Downtown Norfolk Transit Center
    Via Fairfax Street
    R-Colley Avenue
    L-Brambleton Avenue
    R-2nd Street
    R-Front Street
    R-Colley Avenue
    L-Brambleton Avenue
    Over regular route
    Inbound Leaving Navy Exchange
    Via Hampton Boulevard
    L-Colley Avenue
    L-Olney Road
    L-Fairfax Avenue
    R-Colley Avenue
    L-Brambleton Avenue
    R-2nd Street
    Over regular route.

    Route 44:
    Outbound Leaving Norfolk General
    Via Olney Road
    L-Fairfax Avenue
    R-Colley Avenue
    R-Brambleton Avenue
    Take exit ramp into the Midtown Tunnel
    Over regular route
    Inbound Leaving Jolliff Road
    Via Martin Luther King Boulevard
    L-Colley Avenue
    L-Olney Road
    L-Fairfax Avenue
    L-Brambleton Avenue
    Over regular route

    Thursday, April 1, 2021 @ 12:00am
    Norfolk Naval Shipyard Survey

    Hampton Roads Transit is exploring improved transit options for people commuting to the Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Portsmouth.

    Parking is restricted at the shipyard and many commuters are using local neighborhoods when shipyard lots are full, depriving residents of access to parking they normally rely upon.

    Among the options being considered is an express bus service, a point-to-point service with very limited stops, to the shipyard from park and ride facilities during normal working hours.

    This survey is intended to understand if commuters would be interested in this service. In addition, HRT hopes to learn where commuters begin their trips and what park and ride lots are near their homes. HRT wants to improve the quality of life in Portsmouth by reducing the dependency on personal vehicles during the regular work week.

    Take the Survey

    Wednesday, March 31, 2021 @ 12:00am
    Downtown Norfolk Transit Center: Information Booth Change of Hours

    Starting Wednesday, March 31, 2021, the hours of operation for the information booth at the Downtown Norfolk Transit Center will temporarily change to 7:00 AM – 3:00 PM, Monday – Friday, until further notice. Tickets can be purchased at Ticket Vending Machines and route information/schedules are still available via gohrt.com.

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