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RRTPO Snapshots

This section will be periodically updated to highlight particular work products of the RRTPO that may be useful for the public and help to provide more understanding of the work we do and its impacts to the residents of the Richmond Region.

Our Park and Ride study, adopted on 12/5/19 by the TPO Policy Board, sets forth strategic guidance for the localities and their partners to leverage park and ride lots in the Richmond region as an important part of the overall travel demand management strategy to enhance mobility.

Learn more about Park and Ride planning in the Richmond region.

 

 

Staff is working with Smart Growth America and Michael Baker International to develop a regional toolkit as a follow up to our workshop series in our pilot community of the Town of Ashland and our Complete Streets: Safer Streets/Stronger Economies public open house.

Learn more about Complete Streets planning in the Richmond region.

The Public Participation Plan guides our outreach while planning for our regional transportation system. The plan has been updated to include best practices around the country with a goal of ensuring everyone has a chance to be involved in the planning process.

Provide feedback on the draft Public Engagement Plan .

The Richmond Regional Transportation Planning Organization (RRTPO) in partnership with the Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation (DRPT) completed the Greater RVA Transit Vision Plan (transit2040) in February 2017.

Learn more about the Greater RVA Transit Plan.