Georgia DOT Transit Programs provide transit capital and operating assistance to the 14 urban and 114 rural transit programs in the state. Transit Programs also provides planning assistance to all 15 Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs) in Georgia.
Public transit programs are a key part of Georgia’s ability to mitigate congestion, improve air quality, and facilitate economic development. Future demographic trends and economic realities of the state suggest that transit will become increasingly important to many Georgians looking to live, work and play in communities without having to rely on the sole use of single occupancy vehicles (SOVs). A snapshot of Georgia transit systems and programs is shown below.
Connect 400 Public Outreach
Metropolitan Atlanta Transit Authority (MARTA) is continuing its public outreach process to identify transit options that will improve mobility and accessibility around GA 400.
MARTA invites the public to learn more about this project, view the transit concept options and take a survey by visiting the Connect400 website
Urban Transit Systems