Gwinnett County is reimagining the future of public transit with its Transit Development Plan and is seeking input through a short online survey.
“Local transit has the unique ability to transform and enhance quality of life for residents and visitors to the county,” said Gwinnett County Chairwoman Nicole Hendrickson. “To keep our transit system going in the right direction, we must constantly evaluate what we’re doing right and what can be done better. This feedback from our community will be an integral part of that process.”
In recent years, Gwinnett County Transit has boarded a million customers, enabling travel across the county and metro Atlanta through its local, commuter and paratransit service routes. The plan will evaluate both current and future transit needs that also consists of transit services provided by regional partners like the Atlanta-Region Transit Link Authority Xpress and more.
“Our transit services are a vital component of our comprehensive approach to providing reliable, safe and affordable multimodal transportation solutions for all,” said Gwinnett Transportation Director Lewis Cooksey. “Transit impacts everyone, whether directly or indirectly, so it’s imperative that all residents and stakeholders have a say in where we go from here.”
The survey will remain open until Aug. 15 at GwinnettCounty.com/TDPSurvey and is accessible in multiple languages. For more information about the TDP or to access frequently asked questions, visit GwinnettCounty.com/TDP.