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May is National Bike Month

To celebrate, HRT’s Traffix Program is hosting events during Bike to Work Week in Hampton Roads. Learn the benefits of traveling by bike, and how simple it is to pair public transit with your bike. For instance, did you know you can take your bike on HRT’s light rail service The Tide and on the […]

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Telework Week

March 6-10, 2017 Telework can be a mutually beneficial relationship for employer and employee. The employer will see a reduction in operational cost, increase in productivity level and a reduction in absenteeism. In addition, employee morale tends to be increased with there is a telework arrangement. Keep in mind employers may be able to receive […]

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Try Vanpool

Try It, You’ll Like It! TRAFFIX is happy to introduce the Try Vanpool promotion. For 30 days, you can try a vanpool for FREE! This is your chance to take a test drive and see if vanpooling fits your needs. You can choose to participate with an existing vanpool or start a new one with […]

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Military Outreach Contributes to Increase Incentive Program Participation

TRAFFIX staff has been making strides at local military installations around Hampton Roads. Over the past year, we have been working to improve commuter options by promoting the TRAFFIX office and ticket vending machine (TVM) in Building C-9 at Naval Station Norfolk. “Emily Cass manages the TRAFFIX program onboard Naval Station Norfolk. Her hands-on engagement […]

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TRAFFIX Partners with Enterprise Rideshare and VRide 

On July 1, 2015, the current vanpool program will transition from Hampton Roads Transit’s TRAFFIX program to third party private van leasing vendors. “This is really an exciting new program that will assure our current customers the availability of new vans equipped with the latest van technology.” —Latwana McClure, TRAFFIX Vanpool Manager In addition, grant […]

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MacArthur Square Gets a Bike Repair Station

TRAFFIX opened its first bike repair station in MacArthur Square today. The bike repair station in conveniently located near the HRT light rail and bus stops along East City Hall Avenue. The bike repair station includes tools for minor repairs, a bicycle pump and a stand upon which to hold a bicycle aloft while working […]

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Newport News Transit Center Gets a Bike Repair Station

TRAFFIX opened its second bike repair station at HRT’s Newport News Transit Center on June 4, 2015 with a ceremonial ribbon cutting. Newport News Mayor McKinley Price and Hampton Roads Transit’s President and CEO William E. Harrell marked the occasion before a group of transit riders and guests. The bike repair station includes tools for […]

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