Upon return to regular service, these routes will be modified to improve adherence and performance.
Hampton Roads Transit will resume normal bus and light rail service starting Sunday, June 14, but important efforts to combat the spread of COVID-19 will continue. Select seats on buses and light rail trains will continue to remain off limits for customers for the foreseeable future to encourage social distancing. In accordance with recommendations from […]
The governing board of Hampton Roads Transit agreed to stop collecting fares temporarily for HRT services effective Friday, April 10.
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.
Hampton Roads Transit is closely monitoring the continuing emergence of the coronavirus in the United States.
The MAX, or Metro Area Express, is a regional express service connecting commuters to cities across Hampton Roads.