PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Radford Transit has established an overall program goal of .72% for the Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program (DBE) participation in contract opportunities resulting from projects funded in whole or in part by the United States Department of Transportation, for Fiscal Years 2017-2019. The goal can be met through race … Continue reading PUBLIC NOTICE: Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program
Try Our New Online Trip Planner Welcome to our online Trip Planner. The trip planner is provided to help you learn about where our routes go, when they get there, and when buses typically depart from a particular bus stop. Times listed are approximate. Actual arrival and departure times will vary depending on current road … Continue reading Try Our New Online Trip Planner
Save Money, Take the Bus Tired of spending money on a vehicle that needs constant maintenance and repair? Are you tired of watching the paycheck go out the tailpipe? Are you tired of having a car payment? Want to get a little more exercise? Would you like a cleaner environment? If you answered yes to … Continue reading Save Money, Take the Bus
Welcome to Our Newly Redesigned Website! What’s New Improved Mobile Performance As a transit provider we know you are on the move. We want you to be able to take us with you with ease! Our improved mobile experience will help you do just that. Improved Navigation Structure Everyone likes to find the information they … Continue reading Welcome to Our Newly Redesigned Website!
Sponsored by the American Public Transportation Association (APTA), the 2015 National Dump the Pump Day is a day that encourages people to ride public transportation and to take them where they need to go, instead of driving a car. Started in June 2006 when gas prices were $3 per gallon, this national day emphasizes that … Continue reading Dump the Pump. Ride Public Transit.
As of Monday May 11th, 2015, Radford Transit will be operating the City Only service schedule. City Only service continues through the summer. Full Service schedule will resume in August. Please note the following changes to our operations. Route 10, Route 40, and route 60 do not operate during City Only Service. Route 20 will service Greenhill Apartments as … Continue reading City Only Service Starts May 11th, 2015
Route 20 provides service to and from Radford and Fairlawn and includes stops at both major shopping centers. Route 20 departs from the Hub in downtown Radford at 40 minutes past the hour between the hours of 7:00 am and 7:40 pm. Route 20 loops around campus stopping at Lot A and Waldron Hall. Route … Continue reading How Can I Get to Fairlawn?
What is the best route to take to the Post Office? This is a question that has more than one answer because Radford has more than one Post Office. One of our Post Offices is located at 901 West Main Street. Radford Transit’s Route 30 & Route 31 provide hourly service to this Post Office. Our … Continue reading How Can I Get to the Post Office?
All operations will conclude at 11:10 pm. This includes Route 10 and Route 40. Route 40’s last trip to Blacksburg from Radford will depart the Hub at 8:40 pm. Route 40’s last trip back from Blacksburg to Radford will depart Squires Student Center at 9:40 pm. Please call the office with any questions at 540-831-5911.
In order to maintain a safe and pleasant environment for all of our riders we ask that everyone refrain from using tobacco, smoking, and vaping on Radford Transit vehicles. We also ask everyone refrain from bringing open alcoholic containers on board the buses. In addition, we also ask that all of our riders refrain from … Continue reading Smoking & Drinking are Not Allowed on Radford Transit