Richmond Transportation

  • BY CAR
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  • BY CAR
    by Ewingjr98
  • BY CAR
    by Ewingjr98

Most Viewed Transportation in Richmond

  • 1. Greater Richmond Transit

    AROUND The only economic way to get around Richmond without a car is to use public buses run by GRTC (Greater Richmond Transit Company). Keep in mind that, like in most American cities, the buses...

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  • 2. Amtrak

    Amtrak may be a little slower than flying, but in "the new normal", you might actually get to and from the northeast FASTER door to door. Staples Mill Station has a fairly large waiting room with lots...

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  • 3. Greyhound Bus

    Greyhound buses go through Richmond. The station is located minutes north of downtown on 2910 N. Boulevard directly across from the Diamond baseball stadium. Since Richmond is a key transfer point,...

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  • 4. Richmond International Airport (RIC)

    Much to my surprise, I found Richmond's airport to be a wonderful location. After much anticipation of my trip to Washington, DC and multiple conversations with VT's own B1Bob, I decided to go a...

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  • 5. Free Parking in Carytown

    In January 1991, the Crenshaw Avenue Parking Deck in Carytown opened. The following April the Colonial Avenue Parking Deck opened a few blocks away. The structures are virtually identical. Each can...

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  • 6. Car Hire

    Traveling in Richmond as in most medium sized US cities, a car is a must. Public transportation is very limited, bus and taxi only, and the routes and schedules are difficult to determine. Due to...

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  • 7. Tour Buses

    In case I'm not around to give you the grand tour Richmond Tours is operated by James River Bus Lines and it offers a 2-hour tour for $23 and a 3-hour tour for $25. (Unit pricing the cost per hour,...

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  • 8. BY CAR

    I-95, I-195, I-295 and I-64 pass through or around Richmond. I-95 runs north-south from Alexandria, Virginia through Richmond and Petersburg, then into North Carolina. It passes over downtown...

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  • 9. Highways and Byways

    Mechanicsville Turnpike (US-360) is the main road which goes northeast of downtown Richmond. It crosses I-64 (exit 192), reaches Mechanicsville where it crosses I-295 and goes futher east to Warsaw...

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  • 10. Canal Boats

    Historically narrated tours of the James River and Kanawha Canal are offered from the Turning Basin along the Canal Walk between 14th and Virginia Streets. Cruises run from noon through to 7pm Fridays...

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  • 11. Martin Luther King bridge

    The Martin Luther King Memorial Bridge is a 6-lane bridge connecting downtown to East Richmond. Its structural design is like that of a future envisaged in the mid 1970s when it was built. The King...

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  • 12. Cheap Petrol

    My first stop in the Richmond area was at this gas station on my picture, of this company previously unknown for me - CITGO. Well, more specifically it was in Mechanicsville. I always try to remember...

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  • 13. Hoofing It

    We walked a little bit around the downtown and then we took longer walk along one of the most beautiful American boulevards - Monument Avenue. Walking is the best and only way to feel the atmosphere...

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  • 14. Downtown Expressway

    Richmond's Downtown Expressway opened in 1976 and it made getting to Southside much quicker and more convenient. Before it opened, motorists had to suffer through seemingly infinite traffic lights...

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  • 16. Where is Richmond?

    I arrived to Richmond by the car from Washington D.C. I took I-95 south from Arlington to Richmond when I first got here. The traffic was moderate with no...

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  • 17. Where to park a car?

    If you are not Republican do not park your car by the sign on my picture :-))). OK, this sign was put on a private property, more seriously parking a car maybe...

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  • 18. Public Transportation in...

    Public Transportation in Richmond bites the big one. The ONLY way to get around is by car. We tried the bus once and it dropped us off in front of a...

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