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11 things to know about long-anticipated GRTC Pulse launch on June 24

RICHMOND, Va. — The last new bus stop signs have been unwrapped, the construction is complete, old routes retired, and the great Richmond reroute will begin at 6 a.m. 903 more words

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Driver of Stolen APC Ticketed for Driving in New Bus Lanes

RICHMOND, Va. — In the aftermath of the pursuit of a stolen tank-like armored personnel carrier (APC) from Ft. Pickett to downtown Richmond, the Richmond Police Department has confirmed that the suspect will be cited for driving the vehicle in the new lanes reserved for the GRTC Pulse buses. 169 more words

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Richmond Offering Comprehensive Classes to Explain GRTC Pulse Traffic Lanes

RICHMOND, Va. — In an effort to retrain residents to follow basic street signals and traffic patterns, Richmond city officials have started offering rigorous classes to help local drivers navigate around the GRTC Pulse traffic lanes. 344 more words

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Drivers warned to stay out of GRTC Pulse bus lanes

RICHMOND, Va. — The GRTC took a major step to transform public transportation along one of Richmond’s busiest thoroughfares during Monday’s morning rush.

The Pulse (bus rapid transit) buses began testing along the 3.2 miles of dedicated bus lanes over the 7.6 mile route that stretches from Rockett’s Landing to Willow Lawn. 470 more words

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Barrels to be removed, buses to test GRTC Pulse project

RICHMOND, Va. –  The next phase of the Pulse (Bus Rapid Transit) project that begins Thursday morning in Richmond is a “sign that we are almost ready to welcome you aboard,” GRTC officials said Wednesday afternoon. 612 more words

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Local health systems invest $6.4M in GRTC Pulse service

RICHMOND, Va. – Signs of the GRTC Pulse project’s completion are everywhere, and soon there will be signs of the two new partners who have bought joint sponsorship rights of the high capacity rapid transit system. 515 more words

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Following CARE Van complaints, GRTC launches ‘flexible’ on demand service

GLEN ALLEN, Va. — John Morris lost his vision when he was only a year old, so he really cannot remember what it is like to see. 813 more words

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