The 757 Express is envisioned as a mix of high-frequency, express and limited-stop bus services, connecting commuters to major employment destinations.
Hampton Roads Transit OnDemand is an on-demand, public transportation, shared ride, pilot program.
HRT has installed more than 100 bus shelters since February.
New Blue and Gold routes will connect personnel to many major destinations, including the ship piers, the Aquatics Center, and locations along Decatur Avenue, Massey Hughes Drive, and Gilbert Street.
Promoting equity and celebrating diversity is core to HRT’s values and who we are as a community.
A new, limited-stop bus service begins Sunday (10/30) connecting the Amazon warehouses in Chesapeake and Suffolk to the Downtown Norfolk Transit Center in Norfolk.
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.
HRT officially welcomed 24 new buses fresh from the factory and sporting the 757 Express logo.
Rebuilt driveways, added shelters, and improved vehicle flow will keep the critical Newport News Transit Center running smoothly for years.
Happy Birthday to The Tide! Eleven years ago we introduced Virginia’s first light rail system.