Take advantage of the convenience of the Kent Square Parking Garage, (540) 443-3542. Entrance is located at the corner of Draper Road and Roanoke Street; 380 public parking spaces with hourly and daily rates available. Many downtown businesses validate parking at Kent Square.
You will find metered parking on many streets surrounding and crossing the Main Street corridor of downtown Blacksburg: Draper Road, College Avenue, College Avenue Extension, Lee Street, Church Street and Roanoke Street.
Don't forget the metered parking lots off Church Street, Progress Street, and Draper Road (Farmers Market).
Customer Parking Lots
Collegiate Square (corner of Main Street and Prices Fork Road) and Clay Court offers customer parking in lots adjacent to their stores.
Parking at Virginia Tech
Parking reserved for Virginia Tech personnel (Squires Center and lots off Roanoke Street and Otey Street) is available for downtown visitors after 5:00 p.m. on weekdays and all day Saturday and Sunday.
Squires Lot – corner of College Avenue and Otey Street
Architecture Annex Lot – corner of Roanoke Street and Otey Street
This is only the public spaces, there are businesses that also have private lots with accessible spaces but we don’t have a list of those.
College Ave – 3 spaces (2 in front of the lyric, 1 in front of Soulvaki)
Draper Road – 3 spaces (1 in front of Rivermill, 1 in front of Benny’s, 1 in front of Thomas Conner)
Roanoke Street – 1 space (200 block of West Roanoke near Architecture Annex)
Church Street – 3 spaces (1 at the Episcopal Church, 1 at the Jewish Community Center, and 1 at the Methodist Church)
Faculty Street – 1 space (next to PK’s)
Wilson Avenue – 1 space (next to Hokie House)
Jack Street – 1 space (next to Book Holders)
Market Square Park Lot – 1 space
Church Street Lot – 1 space
Progress Street Lot – 5 spaces
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The New River Valley has lots to offer both residents and visitors alike from educational opportunities to entertainment, to employment opportunities, and much more. At Blacksburg Transit we offer multiple ways to get you to your there in a safe, convenient, affordable manner; not just in Blacksburg but Christiansburg and parts of Montgomery County as well.
In Blacksburg our services includes a traditional bus system that operates on a published time schedule with over 300 stops that can connect you with major shopping, educational and residential areas. Although all our vehicles are fully ADA accessible, we also offer a transportation service called Access for individuals that due to physical disabilities are unable to use our traditional bus system.
The Smart Way is a commuter bus service that links the Roanoke Valley to the New River Valley. The service begins in downtown Roanoke at Valley Metro's Campbell Court Transportation Center and ends at the Virginia Tech Squires Student Center. The route from the New River Valley to the Roanoke Valley is the exact reverse.
Roanoke-Blacksburg Regional Airport offers more than 40 scheduled flights daily, providing nonstop service from Roanoke, Virginia to eight major cities. The major airlines that fly out of Roanoke-Blacksburg Regional Airport daily include American Airlines, United Airlines and Delta. Allegiant Air also provides full-sized jets and frequent service to Florida.
Visit Downtown Blacksburg, Inc. at 318 N. Main St. We're open Monday - Friday, 9:00AM. to 5:00PM.
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The Towns of Christiansburg and Blacksburg, Montgomery County and Virginia Tech have teamed up with private mobility company Gotcha and local bike shop Bike Barn, to bring the bike share system to the area. Roam NRV, operated by Gotcha and administered by Blacksburg Transit, will begin with 12 hubs and 75 bikes distributed across the towns, and university campus. The Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation is supporting the program with start-up funding of $200,000, along with $50,000 in matching funds from the local participating partners. It is anticipated that ongoing operational costs will come from a combination of grant funds, local funds from the partners, bike share memberships, and sponsorships.