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  • Writer's pictureSheila Islam

Richmond Mobility Hubs Splashes Out at Juneteenth Celebration



The City of Richmond held a Juneteenth parade and celebration at Nicholl Park on Saturday, June 22, and Transform was there spreading the word about the Mobility Hubs pilot in Richmond’s Nystrom neighborhood.


We spoke with residents about Mobility Hub offerings and got Nystrom neighborhood folks signed up for monthly Lyft credits. Anyone who signed up for credits or filled out our transportation survey was entered into a drawing to win an e-bike.


One of the newest members of the Transform team, Transportation Policy Advocate Abi Rahman-Davies, got input from residents on their experience taking public transit, collecting information on what they like and changes they’d like to see. She also made connections with some Richmond-based organizations to learn about their priorities and how Transform might work with them in the future.



It was nice to connect in person with some of our Mobility Hubs partners. The Richmond Community Foundation tabled with us, and Rich City Rides was also part of the celebration. We took the opportunity to meet people from other local community service organizations. We’re always looking to grow our network of partnerships, for the Mobility Hubs pilot and other programs.


It was a fun day with fabulous weather, lots of community, and another step forward for the Richmond Mobility Hubs pilot.

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