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County Administrator Joe Casey notes full accreditation of all Chesterfield public schools, public safety advances and road improvement plans. more

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Cones, crews and combined travel lanes have largely defined transit down Broad Street for the past 16 months, as the $64.9 million GRTC Pulse corridor construction continues rumbling along. more

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A train station along Boulevard is a long shot. more

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Should high-speed rail stop at the Boulevard or the Bottom? Richmond residents and state officials weighed the possibilities at a public hearing. more

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City, county and community meetings are a serious sport for this band of die-hard watchdogs, advocates and volunteers-turned-elected officials. more

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A high school junior asks Richmond Public Schools to rethink its open-enrollment transportation policy. more

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Richmond needs to move fast on public transportation — or be left behind. more

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After a 40-year renovation, the rehabilitated train shed of Main Street Station is turning into a grand place to begin, or conclude, a journey. more

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High-speed trains would connect with the Main Street and Staples Mill Road stations, but uncertainty remains for Ashland. more

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Amid the to-ing and fro-ing about the under-construction bus rapid transit, what's often overlooked is the need for a complete overhaul of the city's transit service. more

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A network of 220 bicycles will offer a new way to get around town. more

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Having a vote means having a voice, says Tammie Hagen, a community organizer with the New Virginia Majority. That's why she's pounding the pavement, encouraging those who have served time to seek restoration of their rights and register to vote. more

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The latest exhibition in the downtown University of Richmond gallery provides insight into our current transportation considerations. It's all about the people. more

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Main Street Station’s train shed gets a new look. more

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Tips for carefree travel on your wedding day more

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A presentation on the region's poverty and what Richmond is doing about it takes an unexpected — and revealing — emotional turn. more

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The city’s Planning Commission on Monday green lighted the Greater Richmond Transit Co.’s long-discussed plans for a 7.6-mile bus rapid transit line that had come under fire in recent weeks. more

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GRTC settles on $9.12 million bid for Fan bus barn property more

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