Hampton Roads Transit
Transportation District Commission of Hampton Roads or more commonly known as Hampton Roads Transit (HRT) was formed in October 1999 by the merging of PENTRAN (Peninsula Transportation) on the Virginia Peninsula and TRT (Tidewater Regional Transit Authority) in South Hampton Roads. Its service area consists of the cities of Norfolk, Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Portsmouth, Hampton, Newport News and Williamsburg (Colonial Williamsburg) and the town of Smithfield.
- Address: 3400 Victoria Blvd., Hampton, VA 23661
- Phone: 757-222-6100
Southside Bus Operations/Maintenance/Administration
- Address: 509 E. 18th Street Norfolk, VA 23504
HRT Virginia Beach Operations Facility (Seasonal)
- Address: 1400 Parks Avenue Virginia Beach, VA 23451
HRT Rail Operations
- Address: 3404 Mangrove Avenue Norfolk, VA 23502
|Fleet Number(s)||Original operator||Thumbnail||Year||Retired||Manufacturer||Model||Engine||Transmission||Destination sign||Notes|
|87||Citizens Rapid Transit||1953||2005||Mack||C-37-DT||
|201-239||PENTRAN||1991||2009||Flxible||Metro 40096-6L||Detroit Diesel 6L71TA||Allison V731|
|501-534||PENTRAN||1995||2011||Gillig||Phantom S50T40102||Detroit Diesel Series 50||Allison B400R|
|600-649||PENTRAN||1976||?||Flxible||53096-8-1||Detroit Diesel 8V71||Allison VS-3||
|701-720||TRT||1989||2009||Flxible||Metro 40102-6T||Detroit Diesel 6V92TA||Allison V731||
|721-740||TRT||1990||2009||Flxible||Metro 40102-6T||Detroit Diesel 6V92TA||Allison V731||
|741-762||TRT||1990||2009||Flxible||Metro 40102-6T||Detroit Diesel 6V92TA||Allison V731||
|801-815||PENTRAN||1985||?||GMC||RTS T80204||Detroit Diesel 6V92TA||Allison V731|
|901-929||PENTRAN||1989||2009||TMC||RTS-06 T80-606||Detroit Diesel 6V92TA||Allison V731|
|901-933||TRT||1992||2011||OBI||05.501||Detroit Diesel 6V92TA||Allison HT-748||
|934-949||TRT||1995||2011||OBI||05.501||Detroit Diesel 6V92TA||Allison B400R||
|1415-1416||2006||2017||Optima||Opus LFB-29||Cummins ISB||Allison B300R|
Light rail fleet
NET (Norfolk Electric Transit)
The NET is operated by only one route (17). The NET is currently run by Gillig BRT Hybrids.
The Wave consists of three routes that run through the main areas of Virginia Beach. Routes 30 and 32 are operated by Gillig BRT Hybrids while Route 31 is mainly operated using two 1600-series Gillig Low Floors.
- 30 Atlantic Ave (May 1-October 2 8am-2am, About every 15 minutes) which serves all the stops along the Atlantic Avenue boardwalk, This includes the Old Coast Guard Station Museum, the Virginia Beach Fishing Pier, plus the north beaches HRT transfer.
- 31 Museum Express (Daily, Memorial Day-Labor Day 8am-2am, About every 15 minutes) Serves the Virginia Aquarium, Ocean Breeze Waterpark, Owl Creek Municipal Tennis Center, Holiday Trav-L-Park Campground, and KOA Campground.
- 32 Shoppers Express (Daily, Memorial Day-Labor Day 10am-9pm, About every hour) Serves the Shops at Hilltop, and ends at Lynnhaven Mall.
MAX (Metro Area Express)
The MAX is the express service of HRT (one express route (121) is not branded as a MAX route).
- 918 - Silverleaf Park & Ride to Joint Staff Forces College
- 919 - Silverleaf Park & Ride to Lafayette River Annex
- 922 - Greenbrier Mall to Lafayette River Annex
- 960 - Downtown Norfolk to Virginia Beach Oceanfront
- 961 - Downtown Newport News - Downtown Hampton to Downtown Norfolk
- 965 - Patrick Henry Mall - Peninsula Town Center to Naval Station Norfolk
- 967 - Downtown Newport News to Greenbrier Mall
Light Rail launched in 2011
HRT's paratransit service operated by 2007 Startrans Fords.
HRT's Paddlewheel Ferry is a system of two 150-passenger paddle-wheel ferry boats. The Ferry travels between North Landing and High Street in Portsmouth and downtown Norfolk at The Waterside and Harbor Park.