Green Ride RVA

Virginia Commonwealth University School of Business

Springboard Virginia Commonwealth University expands with Tricycle Gardens’ Healthy Corner Store Initiative and community partners, including VCU Business’ Executive in Residence, David Berdish, to leverage work of the 2013 Ford C3 team to grow and expand their sustainable transportation solution: providing an Intelligent Systems Framework kiosk and transportation solution to increase community access to fresh, affordable, locally grown produce through neighborhood corner stores in Richmond, Va.

Green Ride RVA will invest the grant to expand the route and develop kiosk stations for the identified food desert neighborhoods. We will also place kiosks at pick up and drop off points at three healthy grocery stores and at the Tricycle Gardens urban farm.

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Free trolley service offered between Church Hill and Willow Lawn Nov. 21, 2014

Green Ride RVA Uses Grant for Trolley Service Nov. 21, 2014

VCU awarded $25,000 Ford C3 grant for ‘Building Sustainable Communities’ Nov. 10, 2014

Green Ride RVA (Video) June 2014