Month: June 2019

Plans for new Highland Springs, Tucker high schools advance toward construction

The Board of Supervisors at its June 25 regular meeting approved plans to replace two of Henrico County’s oldest public high schools with modern facilities that will serve the community long term. Construction is expected to start this fall on the new Highland Springs and J.R. Tucker high schools.

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Region’s ‘transit revolution’ earns praise

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Henrico shares honor following Pulse launch, GRTC route expansion

The 2018 launch of the Pulse bus rapid transit system and expansion of GRTC Transit System routes in Henrico County are being lauded by a pro-growth group as part of a “transit revolution” for the region.

The Greater Washington Partnership, a group of business leaders that promotes unity and growth from Richmond to Baltimore, on Tuesday released a case study on the region’s transit system changes. It found a 17% increase in local ridership from July 2018 through April compared with the same period the previous year. During that time, transit ridership nationally dropped by 2%, according to the study.

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Henrico kicks off construction on cricket field at Deep Run Park

Group shoveling dirt for groundbreaking
Henrico County held a ground-breaking ceremony today to commemorate the start of construction on a cricket field at Deep Run Park. Crews started site work this month on a $648,900 project to renovate three existing multipurpose fields to create a cricket field that includes a clay pitch and meets the standards of the International Cricket Council. The playing fields are currently terraced, with each measuring 180 feet by 330 feet. Continue reading Henrico kicks off construction on cricket field at Deep Run Park
 
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