The Installation Transportation Office provides transportation and related services to authorized personnel and activities within the Fort Gregg-Adams area of responsibility. The Installation Transportation Office ensures transportation for force readiness and mobilization requirements of units on Fort Gregg-Adams and U.S. Army Reserve Units in the Fort Gregg-Adams area of responsibility.

The Transportation Division consists of the Transportation Motor Pool, Inbound/Outbound Personal Property, Passenger Travel, Carlson Wagonlit Travel, Unit Movement Coordinator, and Inbound/Outbound Freight.

Transportation services are provided by Department of the Army Civilian (DAC) and The Logistics Company (TLC) Contractor personnel.  Our team is excited about providing Transportation support to the Fort Gregg-Adams Community.

On-post Shuttle

On-post shuttle hours

The Fort Gregg-Adams Official Shuttle operates Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The shuttle is for traveling in and around Ft Gregg-Adams on official business. The shuttle does not run on weekends or federal holidays. Call the shuttle dispatcher at (804) 765-8294 with pick up location and the shuttle will arrive for pickup within 15 minutes.

The Sunday Shuttle operates on Sunday only from 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The Sunday shuttle provides transportation for trainees on Ft Gregg-Adams from their living areas to various chapels on post.

TMP Official Shuttle:
Phone: 804-765-8294
Operating Hours: 7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Monday – Friday
Closed Saturday/ Sunday and Federal Holidays

Sunday Chapel Shuttle:
Phone: 804-765-2280
Operating Hours: 7:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Sunday Only

TMP Supervisor:
Phone: 804-765-2276

TMP Manager:

Phone: 804-765-7617

Transportation Motor Pool

The Transportation Motor Pool (TMP) section of the Installation Transportation Office. The TMP provides non-tactical vehicle (NTV) GSA leased vehicle support for local transportation requirements. The TMP provides various types of NTVs ranging from sedans, vans (cargo and passenger), buses (VIP and 40 passenger), box trucks, stake bed trucks, refrigerated trucks, tractor and trailer (stake bed, box, lowboy) and TMP Driver Support. When TMP assets are not available, TMP can provide a Letter of Non-availability justifying the use of commercial rental. TMP support should be requested at least 72 hours in advance using form FT LEE 580-E.

Address: 6270 Quartermaster Drive, Fort Gregg-Adams, Virginia 23801

TMP Dispatch:

Phone: 804-765-2280
Operating Hours: 5 a.m. – 5 p.m. - Monday – Friday;
Closed Saturday/Sunday and Federal Holidays

GSA Vehicle Recalls/GSA Vehicle Replacement/GSA Preventive Maintenance:

Phone: 804-734-3440
Operating Hours: 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. - Monday – Friday;
Closed Saturday/Sunday and Federal Holidays

GSA Vehicle Accidents/GSA Vehicle Modifications:

Phone: 804-734-3215
Operating Hours: 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. - Monday – Friday;
Closed Saturday/Sunday and Federal Holidays

Tractor Trailer with TMP Driver Support:

Phone: 804-765-2280
Operating Hours: 7:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. Monday – Friday;
Closed Saturday/Sunday and Federal Holidays

TMP Supervisor:

Phone: 804-765-2276

TMP Manager:

Phone: 804-765-7617

Unit Movement Coordinator

The Unit Movement Coordinator provides unit movement planning, movementdata reporting and data input training, convoy clearances, deployment planningand execution, air planning and coordination with aircraft providers,coordination with FORSCOM, Reserve units and coordination with local air hubs,and Arrival/Departure Air Control Groups.

Deployment and Training Exercises

  1. The UDL marked with equipment tobe shipped will be used instead of filling out block b on the DD 1149. A closecoordination between the Unit, Transportation UMC and Freight is imperative forequipment and cargo movement during deployment.
  2. All equipment must have a copy ofthe inventory attached to each container as required by SDDC and a copyprovided to Freight when requesting shipping.
     
  3. Units shall provide Hazmatdocuments (DD Form 2890) for moves to the port or DD form 836 for CONUS moves.These Hazmat documents should be signed by the unit HAZMAT-Certified personnel.Certification should be in the Technical Transportation of Hazardous Materialas required by DOD Regulation 4500.9-R, chapter 204 and the Code of FederalRegulations, Transportation CFR-49.
  4. Units shall properly placardequipment and any other hazardous material in accordance with DOD Regulation4500.9-R and CFR-49.
  5. Units shall arrange weighing ofall equipment. Weights must be on the shipping request before Freight personnelcan enter data into the Global Freight Management (GFM) System and or CargoMovement Operating Systems (CMOS).
  6. Units will be informed ofadditional charges that occur due to commercial trucks being delayed duringloading and unloading. Detention charges beginning two hours after thecommercial carrier arrives for loading/unloading. The unit budget analyst willbe contacted to provide the TAC for detention charges.

Equipment Loading

  1. When planning out-loading, thefirst step is to determine the equipment to be shipped. Formulate a list ofequipment to include length, weight, height, cube and weight. The TB 55-46-1,standard characteristics (Dimensions, Weights and Cube) for Transportability ofMilitary Vehicles and other outsize/overweight equipment should be checked. Equipment should be listed in reduceddimensions. However, for ISU-90, shelters or any other secondary loads thetotal height must be listed.
  2. Dimensions for motor carriers canbe up to 8 feet wide and 138 inches high, ground up, before having to obtainspecial state highway permits. Mirrorsshould be folded in and antennas lowered. Anything that protrudes and can easily bedamaged should be removed. Canvas must be taped or tied down securely.Windshields are usually covered with thick cardboard and taped securely.Cardboard may prevent damage from a thrown rock or other flying objects.
     
  3. Prime movers should be matchedwith trailers or towed items. The toweditems should be detached and the tongues moved up under the prime mover formore space.
  4. Fuel tanks on vehicles being shipped should be no more thanthree-fourths full or IAW Port Call requirements. All fuel cans must be empty as well as tankand pump units, (residual fuel require a hazmat certification). All out-loadingof rolling stock will be staged and loaded.

Personal Property - Household Goods Section

On-post Shuttle

On-post Shuttle Hours

The Fort Gregg-Adams Official Shuttle operates Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.  The shuttle is for traveling in and around Ft Gregg-Adams on official business. The shuttle does not run on weekends or federal holidays.  Call the shuttle dispatcher at (804) 765-8294 with pick up location and the shuttle will arrive for pickup within 15 minutes.

The Sunday Shuttle operates on Sunday only from 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.  The Sunday shuttle provides transportation for trainees on Ft Gregg-Adams from their living areas to various chapels on post.

TMP Official Shuttle

Phone: 804-765-8294
Operating Hours: 7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Monday – Friday
Closed Saturday/ Sunday and Federal Holidays

Sunday Chapel Shuttle

Phone: 804-765-2280
Operating Hours: 7:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Sunday Only

TMP Supervisor

Phone: 804-765-2276

TMP Manager

Phone: 804-765-7617

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Travel

Carlson Wagonlit Travel (SATO)

SATO travel is located on the first floor of the Soldier Support Center, Building 3400, Room 119 (corner of Barfoot Avenue and 16th Street).

SATO can be reached at 800-916-3456 if you are experiencing DTS technical issues, issuance of commercial airline tickets and after hour emergencies. They do not have a local number if you require assistance, please stop by the office.

Operating hours: 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday–Friday, closed Saturday/Sunday and Federal Holidays.

SATO has an emergency center after hours to provide our travelers with emergency reservation and ticketing service while in route, when the local CWT office is closed. This office is closed on the weekends, holidays including Federal holidays.

 

Official Travel

The Fort Gregg-Adams’ Official Travel Office handles briefing all service members, DOD Civilians and DA Civilians traveling on official orders must contact the official travel office to schedule flights to their next duty station. In addition, use of the Air Mobility Command (AMC) flight for overseas travel is mandatory for anyone traveling on official orders.

This office is located on the first floor of the Soldier Support Center, Building 3400, Room 119 (corner of Barfoot Avenue and 16th Street).

Operating hours: 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday–Friday, closed Saturday/Sunday and Federal Holidays

The official travel office phone numbers are:
Landline: 804-765-7571
Teams: 520-671-5914

Travelers should be aware that failure to make travel arrangements through the official travel office could result in non or partial reimbursement for official travel.
 

 

Leisure Travel

Visit the Fort Gregg-Adams FMWR Leisure Travel Services page for more information.
Phone: 804-734-6255 / 804-733-2137
Fax: 804-733-7322

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Local Transport

Taxi Service

The taxi companies listed below are authorized to operate on Fort Gregg-Adams, providing transportation on/around post and in surrounding communities. Other taxi companies may deliver and pick up customers on Fort Gregg-Adams by request, but may not solicit fares on post.

  • Richmond City Taxi: 804-245-2648

Rail Service

Regional and national rail service is provided by AMTRAK. The AMTRAK station is located at 3516 South Street, Ettrick, Va., and the ticket office hours are 11 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. daily.

Bus Service

Regional bus service is provided by Greyhound Trailways. The local terminal is located at 108 East Washington Street, Petersburg.

  • Toll-free: 1-800-872-7245
  • Local: 804-732-2905

The Petersburg Area Transit operates on Fort Gregg-Adams providing services to and from the installation to Petersburg with connections to the surrounding communities. Pick-up location is outside the the PXtra on Sustainment Ave.

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TMP

The Transportation Motor Pool (TMP) section of the Installation Transportation Office. The TMP provides non-tactical vehicle (NTV) GSA leased vehicle support for local transportation requirements. The TMP provides various types of NTVs ranging from sedans, vans (cargo and passenger), buses (VIP and 40 passenger), box trucks, stake bed trucks, refrigerated trucks, tractor and trailer (stake bed, box, lowboy) and TMP Driver Support. When TMP assets are not available, TMP can provide a Letter of Non-availability justifying the use of commercial rental. TMP support should be requested at least 72 hours in advance using form FT LEE 580-E.

Address: 6270 Quartermaster Drive, Fort Gregg-Adams, Virginia 23801

TMP Dispatch:

Phone: 804-765-2280
Operating Hours: 5 a.m. – 5 p.m. - Monday – Friday;
Closed Saturday/Sunday and Federal Holidays

GSA Vehicle Recalls/GSA Vehicle Replacement/GSA Preventive Maintenance:

Phone: 804-734-3440
Operating Hours: 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. - Monday – Friday;
Closed Saturday/Sunday and Federal Holidays

GSA Vehicle Accidents/GSA Vehicle Modifications:

Phone: 804-734-3215
Operating Hours: 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. - Monday – Friday;
Closed Saturday/Sunday and Federal Holidays

Tractor Trailer with TMP Driver Support:

Phone: 804-765-2280
Operating Hours: 7:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. Monday – Friday;
Closed Saturday/Sunday and Federal Holidays

TMP Supervisor:

Phone: 804-765-2276

TMP Manager:

Phone: 804-765-7617

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Personal Property - Household Goods Section

Personal Property Inbound/Outbound Shipments (Household Goods/Whole Baggage)

The Personal Property Processing Office (PPPO) is located on the first floor of the Soldier Support Center, Building 3400, Room 119 (corner of Barfoot Avenue and 16th Street).

Operating Hours: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday, Closed Saturday/Sunday and Federal Holidays

Appointments/Walk-In/Online Counseling

You must have a hard copy of your official military orders to schedule a counseling appointment with the Passenger and Personal Property Office (PPPO) to ship your household goods. If this is your first or final move, you must physically visit the PPPO to coordinate your move. Please contact 804-734-4449 or 804-734-4187 to speak to help desk personnel.

Utilizing Defense Personal Property System (DPS)

Log on to WWW.MOVE.MIL to register for a DPS account. This site is where you will process the application to create your shipment. Once this step is complete, you can schedule your counseling appointment to secure the dates you wish for your property pickup. If you have questions or concerns, please call or visit the PPPO for personalized assistance, 804-734-4449 or 804-734-4187.

Quality Assurance Evaluator (QAE)

The Quality Assurance Evaluator (QAE) plays an important role as the arbitrator between you and the moving company for inbound and outbound shipments. If you experience any issues at the time of pickup or delivery, contact 804-962-3095, 804-479-1140, 804-926-3061 or 520-671-5914.

Free Fort Gregg-Adams Scale

If you are conducting a personally procured move (PPM) you must schedule an appointment. To utilize this weigh station contact 804-962-3095, 804-479-1140, 804-926-3061 or 520-671-5914.

The Fort Gregg-Adams scales are located at 1900 Warehouse Road, between Nineteenth and Warehouse Road.

Freight and Central Shipping

The Freight and Central Receiving Office, Building 7126, is located at the corner of 19th Street and Warehouse Road. This office receives all inbound freight and supplies, arranges outbound freight shipments, overnight delivery of small packages and receipt of supplies and equipment.

Phone: 804-734-5981 / 804-734-3060

Operating Hours: 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday-Friday, Closed Saturday/Sunday and Federal Holidays

Delivery Times: 7:45 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., Monday-Friday, Closed Saturday/Sunday and Federal Holidays

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