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Georgia DOT Transit Programs provide transit capital and operating assistance to the 15 urban and 110 public transportation programs in the state. Transit Programs also provide planning assistance to all 15 Metropolitan Planning Organizations in Georgia.


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 Title VI


Title VI Program Under the Federal Transit Administration

Title Policy Statement

The Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) is committed to compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and all related regulations and directives. GDOT assures that no person shall on the grounds of race, color, national origin, gender, age, or disability be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of or be otherwise subjected to discrimination under any GDOT service, program, or activity. The department also assures that every effort will be made to prevent discrimination through the impacts of its programs, policies, and activities on minority and low-income populations. In addition, the department will take reasonable steps to provide meaningful access to services for persons with Limited English Proficiency.

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Complaint Procedures




Rural & Human Services Transportation (RHST)

View Human Services Transportation Interim Plan

Coordination Plan Update

Georgia DOT is working with Department of Human Services (DHS) and Department of Community Health (DCH) to update the State’s Coordinated Rural and Human Services Transportation (RHST) Plan. To date, this effort has involved assessing the current extent of coordinated RHST efforts within Georgia and identifying ways to serve more trips across the state by improving efficiency, reducing redundancy, and leveraging new funding opportunities. Study efforts have been ongoing since 2010 and the current phase of activity will continue through March 2012.

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Report Documents

Phase I

Phase II


Statewide Coordination Efforts

The RHST Coordination Plan Update recommends the implementation of Mobility Management at both the State and Regional levels – mobility management is a strategic approach that designates a dedicated resource, or Mobility Manager, to focus on identifying and implementing coordination principals and strategies that enhance and improve efficiency and levels of service for customers, ultimately helping to stretch the transportation dollar further. Ongoing activities in support of the mobility management initiative include:





The Rural Transit Assistance Program (RTAP) was initiated in 1986 by FTA of the U.S. DOT. RTAP provides resources, training and technical assistance to rural public and community transportation systems throughout Georgia.

Georgia RTAP Center

The Georgia RTAP Center is administered by the Georgia DOT to:

  • To promote the safe and effective operation of public transit systems while efficiently utilizing public and private resources.
  • To support the coordination of public, private and human service transit providers within a region.
  • To address the training and technical needs of the rural transit community.


AtlantaCrystal Odum Ford, Transit Program Manager

600 West Peachtree Street, NW
9th floor, Atlanta, GA 30308

404/631.1237 Office
404/673.9115 Mobile
404/631.1937 Fax


AtlantaRoy Tucker, Urban Transit Group Leader

600 West Peachtree Street, NW
9th floor, Atlanta, GA 30308

404/631.1238 Office
404/859.0418 Mobile
404/631.1937 Fax

Urban Formula Grants  5303, 5307, 5339/ (5309, 5316/5317 SAFETEA-LU)

AtlantaMichele Nystrom, Rural Transit Group Leader

600 West Peachtree Street, NW
9th floor, Atlanta, GA 30308

404/631.1235 Office
404/772.7536 Mobile
404/631.1937 Fax

Rural Formula Grant 5311, 5311(f), RTAP

AtlantaNicole Spivey, Transit Planner

600 West Peachtree Street, NW
9th floor, Atlanta, GA 30308

404/631.1233 Office
404/673.7037 Mobile
404/631.1937 Fax

Urban Formula 5303 - MPOs

AtlantaAntoine Hawkins, Transit Planner

600 West Peachtree Street, NW
9th floor, Atlanta, GA 30308

404/631.1790 Office
404/673.7038 Mobile
404/631.1937 Fax

Urban Formula  5307 - Urbanized

AtlantaLisa Rudder, Fleet Manager

600 West Peachtree Street, NW, 9th floor,
Atlanta, GA 30308

404/631.1232 Office
404/655.1172 Mobile
404/631.1937 Fax

Urban & Rural Fleets

AtlantaNadara Wade, Public Transit Coordinator, Drug & Alcohol, & DBE Programs Coordinator

600 West Peachtree Street, NW, 9th floor
Atlanta, GA 30308

404/631.1231 Office
404/520.9654 Mobile
404/631.1937 Fax

Drug and Alcohol, DBE, 5311

D1Jemal Sheppard, Public Transit Coordinator

PO Box 1057
2594, Gillsville Hwy. Gainesville 30507
Gainesville, GA 30503

770/339.5178 Office
706/969.3408 Mobile
770/532./5581 Fax


D2Kristy Mellie Langdon, Public Transit Coordinator

District 2 Office
801 Hwy 15S
P.O. Box 8
Tennille, GA 31089

478/552.4634 Office
478/232.6007 Mobile
478/552.4677 Fax


D3Pamela Hooks, Public Transit Coordinator

115 Transportation Blvd.
Thomaston, GA 30286

706/646.7570 Office
706/601.3580 Mobile
706/646.7617 Fax


D4Donna Stinson, Public Transit Coordinator

710 West 2nd Street
Tifton, GA. 31794

229/391.5462 Office
229/454.6760 Mobile
229/386-3612 Fax


D5Troy Green, Public Transit Coordinator

204 N. US Hwy. 301
Jesup, GA 31546

912/427.5756 Office
912/424.3741 Mobile
912/427.5763 Fax


D6Freida Black, Public Transit Coordinator

P.O. Box 10
Cartersville, GA 30120

678/721.5312 Cell
770/262.3778 Mobile
770/387.4851 Fax



600 West Peachtree Street, NW
9th floor, Atlanta, GA 30308

404 631-1236 Office
404 631-1937 Fax

5316, 5317, 5309, 5339/Statewide

AtlantaEileen Schwartz-Washington, Transit Planner

600 West Peachtree Street, NW
9th floor, Atlanta, GA 30308

404-631-1236 Office
404-631-1937 Fax

5316, 5317, 5309, 5339