I already mentioned the water pollution meeting on Wednesday, but there are a few other important meetings this week. Tonight the City’s anti-poverty commission seeks public feedback. While the meeting is in Gilpin Court, it would be interesting to include an Oregon Hill perspective. Tuesday, there is the monthly Oregon Hill Neighborhood Association meeting, but earlier the GRTC Task Force’s Macro Subcommittee will meet-
From City press release:
Richmond City Council GRTC and Transit Study Task Force has established and will hold two subcommittee meetings
All residents are invited and encouraged to attend
WHAT The Richmond City Council GRTC and Transit Study Task Force has established and will hold two subcommittee meetings. The subcommittees include: the Macro Subcommittee, which will focus on long range transit planning issues, and the Services Subcommittee, which will focus on bus users’ service issues.
The purpose of the Richmond City Council GRTC and Transit Study Task Force is to make recommendations to Richmond City Council with regard to enhancing mass transit in the Metro-Richmond area and the efficiency and effectiveness of the GRTC Transit System. The meeting is free and open to the public and all residents are invited and encouraged to attend.
The two Richmond City Council GRTC and Transit Study Task Force Subcommittee meetings will be held as follows:
WHEN Macro Subcommittee
Tuesday, May 22, 2012
Tuesday, May 29, 2012
WHERE Macro Subcommittee
Richmond Metropolitan Convention & Visitors Bureau (RMCVB) Offices
401 North 3rd Street, 2nd floor – Richmond, VA 23219
Located inside the Greater Richmond Convention Center at the Corner of 3rd & Marshall Streets on the 2nd floor. Parking available in the Greater Richmond Convention Center parking garage located at 3rd & Marshall Streets. Once you have parked, exit the garage and cross Marshall Street. Enter the Exhibit Hall building at the corner of 3rd & Marshall Streets. Take elevator to the 2nd floor. The RMCVB’s offices are to the right.
Richmond City Hall, 5th Floor Conference Room
900 E. Broad Street, 5th Floor Richmond, Virginia 23219
WHO Members of the Richmond City Council GRTC and Transit Study Task Force
CONTACT For more information, please contact Councilman Bruce W. Tyler, Richmond City Council, West End 1st District, at 804.357.6007; or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Richmond City Council GRTC and Transit Study Task Force
Richmond City Council established the Richmond City Council GRTC and Transit Study Task Force on September 27, 2010 by Richmond City Council Ordinance No. 2010-173-166.
The objective of the Richmond City Council GRTC and Transit Study Task Force is to provide a report to Council within in a year of its first meeting which recommends the following:
1. Any legislation, plans, policies, and programs that promote efficient mass transit in the city;
2. Economic development, economic growth, employment and tourism strategies that include public transportation; and,
3. Public relations and education programs to increase public use of mass transit.
4. The Task Force shall also work with interested private organizations to improve the service and efficiency of the GRTC.
Tuesday, May 15, 2012
Richmond City Council – Richmond City Hall – 900 E. Broad Street, Suite 200 – Richmond, VA 23219 – www.council.richmondva.gov
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