The Pulse links to many exciting destinations, businesses, services and restaurants.
GRTC Pulse is a modern, high quality, high capacity rapid transit system that serves a 7.6-mile route along Broad Street and Main Street, from Rocketts Landing in the City of Richmond to Willow Lawn in Henrico County.
Be on the lookout each week as we release each stop!
Servicing the Museum District on the GRTC Pulse bus route, Scott’s Addition and the Boulevard, the Cleveland station is where old and new Richmond meet. This station hosts a variety of restaurants, local craft breweries and workout facilities unique to the neighborhood.
As the western point of the GRTC Pulse bus route in Henrico County, the Willow Lawn station offers a variety of options for restaurants, retail and entertainment. Willow Lawn Shopping Center is one of the top destinations along the corridor.
The Staples Mill station on the GRTC Pulse bus route, located almost at the border between the City of Richmond and Henrico County, offers legal services, healthcare and food options. Grabbing a late night bite eat is never a problem in this area!
As its name states, the Science Museum station on the GRTC Pulse bus route is located in the Fan neighborhood right in front of the Science Museum of Virginia. Surrounded by popular restaurants, entertainment and a bakery with a cult following, this station has something for people of all ages.
As the second station on the GRTC Pulse bus route located in the Fan Neighborhood, the Allison Street station is located near a Richmond landmark, Lee’s Famous Recipe Chicken! The Allison Street Station is also home to other popular restaurants, boutique salons and businesses.
The VCU & VUU station on the GRTC Pulse bus route services both universities in the Richmond area – Virginia Commonwealth University – Monroe Campus and Virginia Union University. Frequented by students and professional staff alike, this station is centered in a bustling environment of restaurants, shopping and a sports entertainment center.
The Arts District station on the GRTC Pulse bus route is located in the very area from which its name was derived – the Arts District. This station celebrates of the eclectic artistry of the area.
The Convention Center station is where the Richmond region comes together. Located near the Convention Center on the GRTC Pulse bus route this area is a melting pot for events and conventions and local fare.
As its name indicates, the Government Center station on the GRTC Pulse bus route is located in the hub of government offices in the Richmond area. From local city government to state and federal offices, this station is where the business of government happens.
VCU Medical Center
The VCU Medical Center station on the GRTC Pulse bus route, is located in front of the nation’s top teaching hospitals, VCU Medical Center. People from all over the Commonwealth and beyond visit VCU Medical Center to receive top rated medical assistance.
Main Street Station
Strategically located in front of Main Street Station on the GRTC Pulse bus route, the hub of multi-modal transportation in the Richmond region is the Main Street station. Recently completing a multi-million dollar renovation, Main Street Station is not only a historical landmark but is also architecturally beautiful in design.
The Shockoe Bottom station on the GRTC Pulse bus route, located in the historic district of Shockoe Bottom services a myriad of businesses within this area. Shockoe Bottom is one of the City of Richmond’s oldest neighborhoods with vibrant day and night activities.
Home of Stone Brewing and the East Riverfront Park, the East Riverfront station on the GRTC Pulse bus route is located in area where people can bike along the Capital Trial, walk and enjoy the James River.
As the eastern point of the GRTC Pulse bus route for both the City of Richmond and Henrico County, the Orleans Street station offers scenic views of the James River in addition to several restaurants and businesses.