Art by Bus
Introducing Route 31X!
Starting January 7th, 2016!
Campbell Court to the Roanoke Centre for Industry and Technology (RCIT) - getting there just got easier!
Art On Bus
New Fare Boxes March 1, 2015
At last, an illustrated history of Roanoke streetcars!
A new history of Roanoke's streetcars has been published by the Historical Society of Western Virginia! The book, The Street Railways of Roanoke 1887-1948, contains more than 100 photos of Roanoke's streetcars in its 152 pages, priced at $14.95. It is now on sale in the gift shop on the first floor of Center in the Square and the Virginia Museum of Transportation gift shop.
James E. Dalmas, a Roanoke native and a graduate of Virginia Heights Elementary School, Jefferson High and Virginia Tech, is the author. He has researched streetcars in Roanoke and Baltimore for many years and he is a past president of Baltimore Streetcar Museum.
Take the Kids to the Library on a Valley Metro Bus
Find out about current activities and library events by calling the Main Roanoke Library at 853-2955 or check www.roanokeva.gov/library
Valley Metro wants to remind you and your family that a bus trip to the library is a great way to spend an afternoon! All seven of the city's libraries are accessible by bus. Please consult the following list for the one in your neighborhood:
- Bus 15 (Outbound to Valley View Mall) or Bus 16 (Inbound)
- Bus 85 (Outbound to Peter's Creek) or Bus 86 (Inbound)
Jackson Park Branch:
- Bus 41 (Outbound to SE Roanoke) or Bus 42 (Inbound)
**Bus 42 offers a direct stop, after it leaves the 9th Street Industrial Park at 8:55 and 11:55am, or 1:55 and 3:55pm