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(Lawrenceville, Ga., Aug. 29, 2023) – Gwinnett County expanded the reach of its Ride Gwinnett transit service on Monday with the launch of microtransit plus two new local routes aimed at bringing enhanced convenience to residents.

Microtransit — an on-demand, shared-ride service — allows customers to request a shuttle from the Ride Gwinnett app. The service is currently available within the designated zones in Snellville and Lawrenceville and operates Monday through Saturday from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Using the app, customers can set their pick-up and drop-off location, pick-up time and number of riders. Each trip costs $3 per passenger and can be paid using the application or exact change.

In addition to microtransit, transit riders can now get around Gwinnett using two new local routes, route 25 and route 70.

Route 25 services parts of Duluth, Lilburn and Stone Mountain. The route begins at the Gwinnett Place Transit Center at Gwinnett Place Mall. It travels down Pleasant Hill Road passing Plaza Las Americas and takes Lawrenceville Highway toward Lilburn City Hall. After passing Lilburn City Hall, Route 25 travels through Mountain Park towards Stone Mountain, where it ends near the Amazon fulfillment center.

Ride Gwinnett Route 70 is the first to provide service to the Snellville area. It also services parts of Stone Mountain. Beginning in downtown Snellville, Route 70 travels down Highway 78 towards Stone Mountain. It connects with Route 25 at the Amazon fulfillment center before traveling through DeKalb County and ending at the Indian Creek MARTA Station.

The launch of microtransit and the two new routes provides service in areas of Gwinnett that were not previously served by transit.

Visit for more information and to download the Ride Gwinnett app.

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