Transit services refer to those mass public transportation systems designed to supplement local networks by providing buses and shuttles that can give mobility to those unable to drive or afford a personal vehicle. In rural and suburban areas these typically come in the form of small buses, vans, and other dial-a-ride services that allow special needs populations to achieve a level of mobility and accessibility otherwise not available. In Georgia, rural and suburban/small-metro programs are supplemented via State and federal funds made available to local governments that can be used to offset the costs of private service providers.
For more about Georgia's transit programming support, visit GDOT Transit.
Transit Service Programs in the Georgia Mountains Region
* 24 - hour advanced reservation required