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Petersburg Area Transit

Petersburg Area Transit
Parent City of Petersburg
Headquarters 309 Fairgrounds Road
Locale Petersburg, Virginia
Service area Petersburg, Colonial Heights, Hopewell, Ettrick and Fort Lee
Service type bus service, paratransit
Alliance GRTC, Blackstone Bus Service
Routes 12 Local Routes, 2 Express routes (operated by partner agencies)
Stops 380
Stations 1
Fleet Gillig 35 Ft Low Floor, Gillig Phantom
Operator City Of Petersburg
Website Petersburg Area Transit Homepage

Petersburg Area Transit is a bus system for the Petersburg Tri-cities Area. There are twelve color-coded routes that extend to such destinations as Virginia State University, Southpark Mall, and Fort Lee.

In a partnership with Greater Richmond Transit Company, PAT provides express service to Downtown Richmond and any other destinations accessible by GTRC. As of June 2009, in addition to the service to Richmond, Blackstone Bus Service offers and express route that travels from Blackstone, VA to Southside Virginia Training Center(just outside of Petersburg). [1]

A centralized multi-modal transit hub for the PAT is now being used as the transfer point for all buses. It is located at the corner of Union at Washington streets and Wythe at Union Streets

Routes

  • 1 Washington St/Central State
  • 2 Halifax St
  • 3 Lee Ave/Pecan Acres/Greenwood
  • 4 Virginia Avenue
  • 5 Plaza/Mall
  • 6 Ettrick/Pocohontas
  • 8 Walnut Hill
  • 9 S Crater Rd
  • 10 Southpark Mall
  • 11 Crossings/Fort Lee
  • 14 Hopewell
  • 15 Route 460/County Drive

External links

  • New Route Maps and other Schedules; broken link



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