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Who Are We?

Gwinnett County Transit was formed in 2000 to provide express, local, and paratransit services for the people of Gwinnett County.

Express bus service operates Monday through Friday and includes six routes using the HOT lane on I-85. Park and ride lots at I-985, Sugarloaf Mills (Discover Mills), and Indian Trail have been built or upgraded to provide free and convenient parking for bus riders.

Local bus service operates five routes Monday through Friday and Route 10 on Saturday connecting neighborhoods and businesses to Gwinnett County's many cultural, shopping and educational opportunities.. Paratransit service for qualifying persons with disabilities operates in conjunction with the local bus service.

Customer service 770.822.5010 is available Monday through Friday from 6:00am to 8:00pm and Saturday from 7:00am to 8:00pm.


 

Gwinnett County Transit uses alternative fuel
The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) recently awarded $23.8 million for natural gas transit projects across the nation, but Gwinnett County Transit has been using compressed natural gas since the start-up of the transit service in late 2001.

Compressed natural gas, or CNG, is an alternative to gasoline that’s made by compressing natural gas to less than 1 percent of its volume. CNG is drawn from domestically drilled natural gas wells or in conjunction with crude oil production. It is odorless, colorless, and tasteless.

The 28 buses running the Gwinnett County Transit local routes run on 100 percent CNG. Additionally, about half of the Georgia Regional Transportation Authority express fleet, which runs and refuels out of the Gwinnett County Transit facility, uses CNG. In 2012, these buses used 509,137 gas gallon equivalents of fuel at a cost of only $339,823. By using this natural gas alternative, Gwinnett County saved over 500,000 gallons of diesel fuel.


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