Hampton Roads Transportation Planning Organization

Hampton Roads Transportation Planning Organization HRTPO is the forum for all citizens of the Region to come together and make critical decision on how transportation dollars are allocated
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Our friends at Hampton Roads Transit (HRT) are hosting two open houses as part of the Naval Station Norfolk Transit Corr...
02/03/2020

Our friends at Hampton Roads Transit (HRT) are hosting two open houses as part of the Naval Station Norfolk Transit Corridor Project. They are looking for “A Better Way…” to provide mobility options in the City of Norfolk with high capacity transit in the future. Check your calendars and join them at one or both events, to ask questions and provide input on the project.

Hampton Roads Transportation Planning Organization's cover photo
12/20/2019

Hampton Roads Transportation Planning Organization's cover photo

Happy Holidays from the HRTPO and HRPDC!
12/18/2019

Happy Holidays from the HRTPO and HRPDC!

The Hampton Roads Planning District Commission wants to know your experiences (positive and negative) living, working, a...
11/19/2019

The Hampton Roads Planning District Commission wants to know your experiences (positive and negative) living, working, and/or traveling near the following military installations:

-Norfolk Naval Shipyard and Norfolk Naval Shipyard associated properties including St. Juliens Creek Annex, South Gate Annex, Scott Center Annex, the Village at New Gosport, and Stanley Court

-Naval Support Activity Hampton Roads – Portsmouth Annex (Naval Medical Center Portsmouth)

-Naval Station Norfolk - Navy Supply Systems Command Fleet Logistics Center Norfolk, Craney Island Fuel Depot

The link below connects to the Portsmouth-Chesapeake JLUS page on the HRPDC website and a short 15-question survey.

https://www.hrpdcva.gov/departments/joint-land-use-studies/portsmouth-chesapeake-joint-land-use-study/

Tonight's the Night! At “Moving Hampton Roads,” a transportation town hall, regional transportation leaders will discuss...
11/14/2019

Tonight's the Night!

At “Moving Hampton Roads,” a transportation town hall, regional transportation leaders will discuss ways to make transportation in Hampton Roads more efficient. Seats are limited. Click below for more info and the registration link.

If you can't attend in person, just tune in to WHRO TV 15 on November 14 from 7-8 p.m.

https://whro.org/movinghamptonroads

The HRTPO recently release the 2019 version of the State of Transportation in Hampton Roads report.  The State of Transp...
11/12/2019
State of Transportation in Hampton Roads 2019 Report Released | E Newsletter Articles | News | Hampton Roads Transportation Planning Organization - The Heartbeat of Hampton Roads

The HRTPO recently release the 2019 version of the State of Transportation in Hampton Roads report. The State of Transportation report details the current status and recent trends of all facets of the transportation system in Hampton Roads, including air, rail, water, and highways. Many aspects of the highway system are highlighted, including roadway usage, pavement condition, bridge condition, congestion levels, commuting characteristics, roadway safety, transit usage, tolling, and active transportation (such as biking and walking). Click the link below to review an article on some of the highlights of the 2019, or use the link in the article to review the full report.
https://www.hrtpo.org/news/article/october/21/2019/state-of-transportation-in-hampton-roads-2019-report-released

Prepared by the Hampton Roads Transportation Planning Organization, the Fiscal Year 2015 – 2018 Transportation Improvement Program is a four-year program for the implementation of surface transportation projects within the Hampton Roads MPA.

You're invited to “Moving Hampton Roads,” a transportation town hall moderated by Barbara Hamm Lee of WHRO. Regional tra...
11/06/2019
Join Us: Moving Hampton Roads - Nov. 14

You're invited to “Moving Hampton Roads,” a transportation town hall moderated by Barbara Hamm Lee of WHRO. Regional transportation leaders be discussing ways to make transportation in Hampton Roads more efficient. Robert Crum, HRTPO and HRPDC Executive Director will be on the panel along with leaders from both of our region’s airports, Hampton Roads Transit, and the Virginia Department of Transportation. Seats are limited. Click below for more info and the registration link. If you can't attend in person, just tune in to WHRO TV 15 on November 14 from 7-8 p.m.

https://whro.org/movinghamptonroads

You are invited to “Moving Hampton Roads,” a transportation town hall moderated by Barbara Hamm Lee. Join us as we host regional transportation leaders to discuss ways for public transportation to be more efficient.

HRTPO's Executive Director, Bob Crum, joined a Hampton Roads contingency and went down to Raleigh to learn from their ec...
09/27/2019
Creative funding, collaboration help drive Raleigh area’s economic success

HRTPO's Executive Director, Bob Crum, joined a Hampton Roads contingency and went down to Raleigh to learn from their economic model. Bringing great ideas for growth, back to our Region !!

A Hampton Roads Chamber delegation visited the region from Sept. 23-25 to learn how the cities like Raleigh and Durham have created a booming economy with billions in new development.

Norfolk airport talks major layout changes in future
08/02/2019
Norfolk airport talks major layout changes in future

Norfolk airport talks major layout changes in future

As part of it's once-every-ten-years update, airport officials are looking at possible options for what the future could hold -- including going from two concourses to one and making the

Navy says no to Norfolk Airport's desire for second runway
08/02/2019
Navy says no to Norfolk Airport's desire for second runway

Navy says no to Norfolk Airport's desire for second runway

Another runway would force Navy training and ordnance storage to move at a cost. It's the first time the Navy has formally indicated it opposes the additional runway.

"PORTSMOUTH, Va. (WAVY) — A blatant falsification of records. That’s how a VDOT official describes what a local contract...
08/02/2019
Money Down the Drain: Local contractor lied about work on major I-64 project, VDOT says

"PORTSMOUTH, Va. (WAVY) — A blatant falsification of records. That’s how a VDOT official describes what a local contractor did, on one of the biggest highway projects in Hampton Roads."

What do you think, Hampton Roads?

10 On Your Side is investigating claims of falsified records surrounding one of the biggest road projects in Hampton Roads.

We stand with VA Beach and are with you, our Region, as we all work this this tragedy.
06/03/2019

We stand with VA Beach and are with you, our Region, as we all work this this tragedy.

Stories for Miles
05/29/2019
Stories for Miles

Stories for Miles

Why families, businesses and cyclists of all stripes embrace the Virginia Capital Trail.

Flooding Fact and Fiction
05/29/2019
Flooding Fact and Fiction

Flooding Fact and Fiction

Get flood fluent with some help from the Hampton Roads Planning District Commission.

05/16/2019
Pedego Electric Bikes Norfolk

HRTPO and our Bike/Walk program, would like to welcome PEDEGO Electric Bikes to Hampton Roads !! Check them out !!

There are plenty of great reasons to ride a Pedego electric bike, but the best reason is a simple one - it's fun!

LOVE IT !!Good Morning :)
05/16/2019
Uber Black launches Quiet Driver Mode – TechCrunch

LOVE IT !!

Good Morning :)

Tired of chatty drivers? Uber is finally giving users its most requested feature: an in-app way to ask for minimal conversation during your ride. The “Quiet Mode” feature is free and will be available to everyone in the U.S. tomorrow, but only on Uber Black and Uber Black SUV premium ri…

Do you know what's going on with Bower's Hill?  Check it out.
05/15/2019
Bowers Hill interchange gets unraveled - The Suffolk News-Herald

Do you know what's going on with Bower's Hill? Check it out.

While the Virginia Department of Transportation has its preferred alternative for work to be done in the web of highways that make up the Bowers Hill interchange, the city of Suffolk does not. VDOT displayed its choice to the public during a meeting Thursday at Jolliff Middle School in Chesapeake, a...

May 13 - May 17 is Bike to Work Week !!!
05/09/2019
Bike to Work VA - Bike To Work

May 13 - May 17 is Bike to Work Week !!!

Bike to Work VA Events Calendar Promotional Materials Helpful Tips Safety Tips Bikes on Transit Bike Share Virginia Bike Trails Map Events Calendar Promotional Materials Helpful Tips Safety Tips Bikes on Transit Bike Share Virginia Bike Trails Map

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