Due to construction that will close a section Main Street, Blacksburg Transit will operatenbsp;on a detour from Friday, July 25 through Wednesday, July 31.nbsp;
Main/Lee Northbound (also known as Cabo Fish Taco Stop #1627), the Municipal Bulding (Stop #1601) and...
South Main Street at 207 South Main Street and the 100 block of Washington Street SE will be closed on Friday, July 25, Saturday, July 26, and Monday, July 27-30 from 7 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Northbound traffic on Main Street will be detoured left onto Washington Street SW, then right onto Draper...
pThe Smith Creek Park in Clifton Forge, Virginia, has taken shape through the vision and work of third-year architecture students in Virginia Tech's design/buildLAB studio course. The results of their work have recently been recognized with another award, this time from a Canadian design magazine./p
The BT4U Mobile app is currently experiencing some difficulties with providing trip directions.nbsp; All other features of the app appear to be working as normal.nbsp; We anticipate this issue being corrected by Monday, 7/28 or sooner.nbsp;
Questions?nbsp; Please call 540-961-1185
Attention: Christiansburg Bus passengers
Effective August 4th, 2014 the Park amp; Ride lot located off Exit 118A will be relocated across I-81 to a new lot located off Exit 118B.nbsp; Blacksburg Transit will begin servicing the new lot on August 4.nbsp;nbsp;The new lot will be accessible...
This service is operated during Summer sessions from Memorial Day until Full Service resumes. Each route provides 30 minute or hourly service depending on the length of the route. Some routes such as the Hokie Express, Patrick Henry and Progress Street do not operate; others such as UCB/Toms Creek B...
pThe Virginia Tech Transportation Institute has captured two federal contracts worth $55 million to study safety efforts for commercial truck drivers and break new ground in the burgeoning field of automated vehicles./p
There will be intermittent lane closures on Glade Road, between Old Glade Road and Boxwood Drive, beginning Monday, July 21. This closure is necessary for street crack sealing and surface treatment, and is expected to last about a week.
For more information, please call John Boyer at...
pSeveral Virginia Tech print and Web-based communications produced by University Relations and Development Communications were recently recognized with awards from the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education District III and the Higher Education Marketing Report's Educational Advertising Awards./p
There will be intermittent lane closures on Patrick Henry Drive, between Toms Creek Road and Harding Avenue beginning Monday, July 21. This closure is necessary for street resurfacing, and is expected to last three weeks.
For more information, call John Boyer at 540-961-1142.
pIt’s not just the meals that bring about special recognition. Dining Services works with local charities, practices sustainability in all nine dining centers on campus, and hosts many special event and theme dinners every semester./p
pThe Virginia Tech--Wake Forest University School of Biomedical Engineering and Sciences will preview its ground-breaking research of testing helmets to reduce concussions in a sport other than football./p
pRebekah Less, first-year Ph.D. student in the School of Biomedical Engineering and Sciences, was awarded a SMART Fellowship from the Department of Defense based on the novel research she is conducting in the Computational Tissue Engineering Graduate Education Program, integrating liver and gastrointestinal tissues.#160;/p
pUndergraduate student Matthew Razaire is testing for water quality issues this summer, particularly lead contamination, that may occur in private water systems like wells and cisterns. He will present his findings at the Virginia Tech Summer Undergraduate Research Conference on July 31./p