(RICHMOND) – On Friday, July 24, the Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation (DRPT) relaunched its

This study evaluated the traffic impacts of reconfiguring  the downtown transportation network, which will inform the City’s 2020 Downtown Master Planning process.

This study revisits the design of a $3.1 million SMART SCALE Round 3 application for an improved Park and Ride lot on Route 257 near I-81 Exit 240. The 50-space Park and Ride located is over capacity, has limited lighting, no ADA access, or transit capabilities.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Harrisonburg-Rockingham Metropolitan Planning Organization (HRMPO) Policy Board and Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) public meetings will be conducted by video conference call until further notice. The public is welcome to join the meetings.

In coordination with regional planning partners, the HRMPO submitted 5 and the CSPDC submitted 1 transportation project applications to the SMART SCALE grant program for projects within the HRMPO region. The full applications are due on August 17, 2020.

Governor Ralph Northam and legislative leaders announced support for a transportation package that addesses safety and funding improvements for rail and transit. Outlined in House Bill 1414 and 

VTrans is Virginia's multimodal transportation plan developed by the Commonwealth Transportation Board (CTB) every four years. It identifies the vision an

Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam and CSX announced a $3.7 billion agreement on Dec 19, ,2019 for the state to buy 225 miles of track and build new passenger rail improvements. Virginia will buy half of the CSX rail line from L’Enfant Plaza in D.C.

The Harrisonburg-Rockingham Metropolitan Planning Organization (HRMPO) released its 2020 meeting schedule.