RICHMOND, Va. — For the second time in two weeks, a group of people gathered on Broad Street to once again ask Richmond to declare itself a sanctuary for illegal immigrants, members of the LGBTQ community, Muslims and African Americans. 402 more words
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RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) — Despite a large turnout that heavily opposed plans to shake up the city’s bus network, city council members voted in favor of the plans Monday night. 193 more words
RICHMOND, Va. — Joanne Courtot relies on the GRTC CARE Van to get her to appointments when needed. She has several medical conditions and is wheelchair bound. 412 more words
RICHMOND, Va. — Leonard Johnson spends nearly two hours each way traveling to and from work in South Richmond using GRTC.
The most surprising thing about his long journey? 373 more words
RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) — The Richmond Metro public transit service will resume running its regular routes Wednesday, according to a press release.
In the message, GRTC representatives said that extensive treatment, combined with snowmelt has led the GRTC to deem the normal routes safe to drive. 117 more words
RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) — GRTC will continue operating under snow routes Sunday due to the bad road conditions.
GRTC says road conditions remain icy, despite treatment, leading to hazardous roads on GRTC’s regular routes. 219 more words
RICHMOND, Va. — Wednesday is the last day to tell GRTC where you think new Northside bus stop should be located.
“GRTC is proposing to move or remove many bus stops in the Northside area to consolidate and even out spacing, improve bus speeds, and enable GRTC to improve bus stop amenities in the future,” GRTC spokeswoman Carrie Rose Pace said. 81 more words