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RVA Rapid Transit
RVA Rapid Transit (RVA-RT) is a grassroots organization across Metro Richmond. We see the need for a regional transit system to connect the metro area, drive economic growth, and make metro Richmond a more accessible and attractive place to live, work, play, and visit.
We are dedicated to educating, organizing, and advocating for a first-class rapid transit system.
Support from Faith Communities
The Metro Richmond Clergy Committee for Rapid Transit is prayerfully committed to cultivating civic friendships rooted in faith in order to coordinate congregational involvement and broad-based witness for a metropolitan-wide bus rapid transit system.
The Clergy Statement of Support was created by the Metro Richmond Clergy Committee for Rapid Transit to provide a metropolitan-wide public witness and call for the kind of transit system that both symbolically and palpably reconciles our counties and city, genuinely opening access and connectivity for all. Learn more→
The Clergy Committee of RVA Rapid Transit has created a four-session small group study to create awareness around the issue of public transportation in metropolitan Richmond. It is designed for congregations to use, alone, or in congregational pairs. Learn more→
In the News
"Is tide turning for public transit in Chesterfield?" Chesterfield Observer, August 2, 2017
"County streamlining, expanding some GRTC routes in Henrico" Henrico Citizen, July 28, 2017
"Trolley isn't enough for Northern Chesterfield's transit needs" Richmond Times-Dispatch, July 20, 2017
"Supervisor pitches GRTC bus service along Jeff Davis" Chesterfield Observer, May 31, 2017
"Poverty on Jeff Davis: Dreaming of mass transit" Chesterfield Observer, December 14, 2016