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    Chesterfield County & GRTC want to ensure the transportation is not a barrier to receiving a COVID-19 vaccine. If a resident has an appointment to get the vaccine, but doesn’t have a way to get there, please call Mobility Services at 804-706-2796. Read on...
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Per the expansion of mask mandate: All Virginians aged 5 and over are required to wear face coverings in indoor public spaces. This expands the current mask mandate, which has been in place in Virginia since May 29 and required that all passengers using transportation services wear a mask.

GRTC Bus Service in Chesterfield County

  1. Local Service
  2. Express Service
  3. CARE Service

Local Service

Route 111 Service

Route 111: Rt 1/Falling Creek/Tyler provide local bus service along 7.6 miles of Route 1 between the John Tyler Community College in Chester and Food Lion in North Chesterfield. John Tyler Community College is also hosting a Park-N-Ride in Parking Lot B for passengers to safely and securely park their vehicles and ride the Route 111. Riders can connect with the rest of GRTC’s network at the Food Lion in North Chesterfield by transferring onto the Route 3B Highland/Jeff Davis and continuing north into the City of Richmond.

  • Days of Service: Monday-Saturday
  • Hours of Service: Monday-Friday, 5 a.m.-7 p.m., Saturdays 7 a.m.-7 p.m.
    Public Timetable (PDF)
  • Frequency:  The bus will arrive at stops about every 30 minutes; twice a day there will be a 40-minute window between buses.
  • Fare: $1.50 one-way; $1.75 includes a transfer/connection (One Ride Plus pass); passes are available (1- day, 7-day and 30-day unlimited ride options). Reduced Fares are available for seniors, minors, individuals with disabilities, and Medicare customers.


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