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
Radford Transit has a great deal on unlimited ride monthly passes! You can ride all you want to for a fixed price. Monthly passes are available at the City of Radford Treasurer’s office.
Radford Transit has some vehicles that have a door at the front of the vehicle and a door at the rear of the vehicle. When traveling on these vehicles please board the bus at the front door and exit at the rear door. Keeping the flow passengers moving consistently helps everyone get to their destination … Continue reading Board at the Front of the Bus & Exit at the Rear
Pets are not allowed on Radford Transit vehicles. This helps us keep our vehicles clean, tidy, and comfortable for all riders. We do allow service animals on board our vehicles. Please note that any service animal that displays aggressive or disruptive behavior may be removed from the vehicle or denied access.
While we recognize that it is easy to get in a rush, extending courtesy to your fellow passengers makes riding the bus more pleasant for everyone. Please allow other passengers to exit before attempting to board the bus. Observing this courtesy will help everyone get where they are going as quickly and safely as possible.
Please do not step out in front of any bus in an attempt to flag it down. Radford Transit only stops at designated bus stops. Stepping out in front of a moving bus in an attempt to flag it down creates a safety risk for pedestrians, passengers, and other vehicles on the road. Do the … Continue reading Please Do Not Attempt to Flag Down The Bus
The American Public Transportation Association indicates that regular commuters may be able to save as much as $9,635 by using public transportation instead of owning and driving their own car. Consider this, Radford Transit offers an unlimited ride monthly pass for $20. If you bought a pass for every month of the year and that was all the … Continue reading Save Money…Take the Bus