Three Concepts for a New Transit Network

Our team has developed three concepts for a new transit network in Richmond.


Find out more about the three concepts for a new transit network here.

Explore how the concepts change your access to the city using our new interactive webmap.


Tell us what you think about the concepts: come to our public meetings or take our online survey.

We invite you to attend one of our upcoming public meetings!

We will talk about our concepts and how you can help us decide what kind of transit network we need. All meetings are from 6-8PM with a presentation at 7PM

July 26
Southside Community Services Center
4100 Hull Street

July 27
DMV Richmond Central Services Center
2300 West Broad Street

August 3
Powhatan Community Center
5051 Northampton Street

August 4
Community High School
201 East Brookland Park Boulevard

August 8
Fairfield Boys and Girls Club
2506 Phaup Street

August 9
Hillside Court Community Center
1500 Harwood Street

August 10
Mosby Court Community Center
1543 Coalter Street

August 24
Calhoun Community Center (Gilpin)
436 Calhoun Street

 Can't make it to our meetings, catch up on everything we've done so far via our blog and take our online survey.

What is the Transit Network Plan?

The Richmond Transit Network Plan will rethink the design of the city's bus network in the context of a changing city and the new Pulse BRT.

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Plan Documents

Our Phase 1 document is called the "Choices Report". It lays out certain facts about transit and development in Richmond, and draws the reader's attention to major choices that these facts force us to wrestle with.

Richmond Transit Choices Report - May 2016 - Print Quality (30MB PDF)

Richmond Transit Choices Report - May 2016 - Smaller File Size (4MB PDF)

​Press Kit

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