Hampton Road Transit (HRT) has begun work evaluating future high-capacity transit services for the city’s east side, including service to Naval Station Norfolk.
These changes were developed in response to the coronavirus pandemic. They are designed to provide essential service to all six cities. Your route may have changed. Remember to maintain social distance and to exit from the rear of the bus. The situation is fluid and could change.
Hampton Roads Transit has taken the following steps in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The steady work to rebuild the Elizabeth River ferry docks is nearing completion.
Information updated frequently by the CDC.
The MAX, or Metro Area Express, is a regional express service connecting commuters to cities across Hampton Roads.
TRAFFIX is putting green commuting on the map through its efforts to promote transportation alternatives that help to protect the environment. Established in 1995, TRAFFIX is a Transportation Demand Management program that helps decrease traffic congestion during peak travel times by giving commuters options other than driving alone to work. Working with area employers and […]
Operation Lifesaver, Inc. (OLI), a nationwide non-profit public safety program, awarded Hampton Roads Transit a grant in July to promote rail safety and public awareness campaigns.
In late 2020, HRT will take full possession of six new all-electric buses as part of the agency’s test to see if these modern marvels are up to the task of actual work in Hampton Roads.
The Engine Training Sled is the latest tool for bus operations maintenance personnel to learn the ins and outs of working on bus transit powertrains.