A Half-Fare customer could also apply for a Half -Fare GCT Breeze card that would allow for easy fare loading and reloading and free transfers to MARTA. A customer would need to also get a MARTA Half-Fare Breeze Card for a trip starting with MARTA to receive the free transfer benefit to GCT.
More details can be found on the Half Fare Application or by calling GCT customer service at 770.822.5010.
For a map of the Paratransit Service Area, please follow this map link.
The Paratransit Rider’s Guide provides an overview of the system, policy and procedures and answers frequently asked questions. If you have further questions or would like to request a modification please call Gwinnett County Customer Service at 770.822.5010.
Paratransit Rider’s Guide – Spanish/Espanol
Paratransit Ride’s Guide – Korean/한국어
Paratransit Rider’s Guide – Vietnamese/Tiếng Việt
Paratransit Rider’s Guide – Chinese/中文
ADA Paratransit Application
In order to be eligible for paratransit service a potential customer must fill out both Parts A and B of the application to begin the process. (links below). Visitors please refer to the riders guide about eligibility during your visit in Gwinnett County.
A printable version of the Paratransit Application is available (see link below).
Current and active Paratransit users can easily recertify their application for the Paratransit service by filling out the Gwinnett County Transit Paratransit Recertification Application. A printable version of the Paratransit Recertification Application is available (see link below).
Paratransit Recertification Application – English
ADA Paratransit Real Time Tracking and Arrivals Existing Paratransit riders can sign up for real time tracking and arrival alerts. The program will provide customers the ability to sign up for reservation reminders, estimated vehicle arrival, actual vehicle arrival and delay notices. For more information, call the Paratransit Reservation Desk at 770.246.4770 and select Option 2 to sign up for “Where’s My Ride”.
Gwinnett County Transit (GCT) complies with the American with Disabilities Act of 1990, which prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability – requiring that no qualified individual with a disability shall, on the basis of a disability, be denied the benefits of GCT services or programs.
According to the Code of Federal Regulations, 49 CFR 37.169, Gwinnett County Transit is required to provide reasonable modifications/accommodations for people with a disability to access GCT’s transportation service.
To view the full Reasonable Accommodations statement please follow this link.