Public transportation gets a prominent place on the growing list of things that have changed — maybe forever — because of the COVID pandemic.
HRT announced that it will relax its mask mandate and allow customers the option of wearing a face mask while riding on public transit services or while walking through HRT facilities.
Hampton Roads Transit is the recipient of federal support intended to help it recover from the effects of the pandemic.
The MAX, or Metro Area Express, is a regional express service connecting commuters to cities across Hampton Roads.
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.
Transit Equity Day is February 4, a National Day of Action that commemorates the importance of investing in public transit for the benefit of all citizens.
Hampton Roads Transit is celebrating the 10th Anniversary of The Tide.
Hampton Roads Transit now has six all electric, zero-emission buses in its fleet.
Hampton Roads Transit has received a commendation from the American Public Transportation Association (APTA) for its work in helping prevent the spread of COVID-19.
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.