Transit for Gwinnett

Hello! Welcome to Transit for Gwinnett. This site is intended to help educate the people of Gwinnett county, as well as any others in the Atlanta Metro, as to why and how they should go about bringing far better transit services to their home county. Please sign our petition for bringing more transit to Gwinnett, read up on the most recent transit-related news, look for upcoming events, and take a moment to read up on what transit is and what it would look like.

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You can be active in helping bring truly world-class, regional transit to Gwinnett County by attending any of our events, by joining any of the activist groups listed here, and by subscribing to our mailing list.

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Transit News :


Gwinnett Daily Post

Gwinnett Daily Post

April 1, 2017:

Gwinnett moving forward with transportation studies after I-85 collapse:

Officials say they were already looking broadly at issue

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Atlanta Journal Constitution

March 21, 2017

Gwinnett will spend $767K to explore its transit future

 
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

April 7, 2017:

I-85 collapse: Gwinnett adding bus routes directly to MARTA stations

March 14, 2017:

Lawmakers Want MARTA In Gwinnett County

A resolution introduced last week in the state House urges commissioners to expand rail in the county and specifically mentions MARTA.

 
Curbed Atlanta

Curbed Atlanta

March 24, 2017:

Vast majority of Atlantans want better transit, study finds

Overwhelmingly, denizens of Atlanta want to live close to transit. So why don’t they?

My Atlanta Journal Constitution

My Atlanta Journal Constitution

April 01, 2017

OPINION: T-SPLOST will put region’s eyes on city

Voter approval of a funding package for new transit in the city will be closely watched by transit skeptics and opponents. Done well, the city and MARTA’s future work can set an example for the region.

 

The Visions :