Transit Advisory Group

The GRTC Transit System Advisory Group is a diverse group of volunteers interested in the advancement and improvement of public transit. Group members collaborate with GRTC leadership to identify problems and recommend solutions.

Applications for TAG are available in late Summer annually, with new members selected for the Annual Meeting in October. Most members serve a two-year term.

Unless otherwise specified, meetings are held quarterly (January, April, July, October) at GRTC Headquarters, 301 East Belt Boulevard, Richmond, VA 23224 in the Eldridge F. Coles Board Room, but may be scheduled at other convenient public locations. 
TAG public meetings are CANCELED in response to COVID-19 until further notice.

Past Meeting Approved Minutes

TAG Members
VACANT: Henrico (2 seats), Richmond (2 seats), At Large (1).

Ms. Monika Huddleston-Elrod
(Petersburg)
huddles9@gmail.comMonika Huddleston

Monika Huddleston is a concerned citizen that resides and works in Petersburg.  Monika is a VCU Alumni and a former employee of Richmond City Social Services. During Monika's employment at Richmond City Social Services, she used GRTC's I-95 Express Route. Monika would like to advocate for the residents of Petersburg to facilitate increased access to public transportation for additional employment and education opportunities in the Richmond Metropolitan Area.  


Mr. Adam Lockett
(Member At Large)
VICE-CHAIR
lockettam@vcu.edu

Adam Lockett is a college student who lives in Richmond city. He attends Virginia Commonwealth University to study Graphic Design, and rides the bus almost every day whether it is for school, errands, or recreation. Having grown up along the regional rail lines of Philadelphia, Adam hopes to help young people in grade school and college students realize that there are many ways to get around Richmond on the bus, especially with no access to a car. He looks forward to making each ride on GRTC better for everyone.


Mr. Alan Flynn
(Chesterfield)
asflynn61@hotmail.com


Wyatt Gordon
(Chesterfield)
yitgordon@gmail.comWyatt Gordon headshot

Wyatt Gordon is an urban planner, journalist, and born and raised resident of Chesterfield County. As Greater Greater Washington's Virginia Correspondent he covers transportation and transit across the Commonwealth.  Having lived car free in Hawai'i, Germany, D.C., and Indonesia, Wyatt knows what it's like to rely upon transit.  He is a proud GRTC pass-holder and hopes to use his role on the TAG to advocate for more public transportation to and within Chesterfield County. 


Ms. Taylor Jenkins
(Member At Large)
jenkinstd2@mymail.vcu.edu