Georgia Statewide Transit Plan (SWTRP)
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The purpose of the Georgia DOT Statewide Transit Plan is to coordinate with local governments, planning agencies, and transit providers to document transit needs across the state and prioritize future investments. The plan will support Georgia DOT’s multimodal planning efforts and identify strategies to ensure all Georgians have access to public transit.


 

 

Public Transit Service PROFILES (by County)

Click on a county below to view a profile of the transit service.

Planets Dade Walker Whitfield Catoosa Murray Gilmer Fannin Union Towns Rabun Chattooga Floyd Gordon Pickens Dawson Lumpkin Habersham Polk Bartow Cherokee Forsyth Hall Banks Hart Haralson Paulding Cobb Fulton Douglas Gwinnett Carroll Heard Coweta Clayton Henry Dekalb Rockdale Walton Jackson Elbert Clarke Morgan Greene Taliaferro Wilkes Lincoln Troup Meriwether Pike Spalding Lamar Butts Putnam Hancock Warren McDuffie Columbia Richmond Glascock Jefferson Burke Wilkinson Baldwin Jones Twiggs Bibb Crawford Peach Macon Taylor Upson Talbot Muscogee Chattahoochee Bleckley Jenkins Screven Stewart Sumter Dooly Quitman Randolf Terrall Lee Worth Clay Calhoun Dougherty Early Baker Mitchell Miller Semilonole Decatur Grady Colquitt Thomas Brooks Crisp Turner Tift Lowndes Cook Berrien Benhill Wilcox Pulaski Dodge Telfair Wheeler Bulloch Effinggam Bryan Chatham Liberty Long Wayne Mclntosh Glynn Bacon Pierce Brantley Camden Ware Experience U - Connecting the DOT

SWTRP Focus Areas

Buses

Evaluate Transit Coverage

Needs

Quantify Needs

Vision

Cohesive Statewide Vision


Future

Future Focused

Public Engagement

Robust Public and Agency Engagement

Local Plans

Coordination with Other Statewide & Local Plans




Project Schedule

SWTRP Project Schedule

 ‭(Hidden)‬ Engagement

Opportunities for involvement will be posted to this site in the future. GDOT will engage a range a stakeholders and interested parties throughout the study process, including but not limited to: transit agencies and operators, county and city governments, regional commissions, metropolitan planning organizations, relevant state & federal agencies, and representatives of educational institutions, employers, and healthcare providers. GDOT will incorporate existing local & regional transit plans into this statewide transit plan.


Study Process

Transit Plan Study Process

Transit Development Plan (TDP) Planning Assistance

The Georgia Department of Transportation is accepting Letters of Interest from Regional Commissions in Georgia to provide staff support to develop two regionally focused Transit Development Plans. Please complete the form by October 14th. To submit the form, and any questions, please email Matthew Wilson at mawilson@dot.ga.gov.

Letter of Interest Form



TDP Planning Assistance Schedule and Timeline


Date Timeline
September 2, 2021 Announcement of Planning Assistance Opportunity to the GARC Board
Letters of Interests Open
October 14, 2021 Letters of Interests Due
October 14 - November 3, 2021
GDOT Reviews Letters of Interests
November 3-5, 2021 Announce Grantees at GARC Annual Conference
Mid/Late December 2021 Kickoff Meetings with RC, GDOT, & Consultant Project Managers
December 2022 TDP's Completed

 

SWTRP Project Schedule

 

 Contacts

For questions or comments, please contact:

Kaycee Mertz, AICP
Rail & Transit Planning Manager
Division of Intermodal
600 West Peachtree Street
Atlanta, GA 30308
Email