Atlanta-region Transit Link Authority

ATL News & Updates

Governor Kemp Appoints Steven M. Brock as Chairman to the Atlanta-region Transit Link Authority Board of Directors
Atlanta-Region Transit Link Authority (ATL) to Hold Committee Meetings and Board of Directors Meeting Scheduled for June 6, 2024
Atlanta-region Transit Link Authority (ATL) Announces Completion of Breeze Mobile 2.0 Regional Rollout
Atlanta-region Transit Link Authority (ATL) Launches Georgia’s First Regional Transit Trip-Planning App
Let’s Redefine the Ride: Take Our Brief Survey So We Can Count Your Commute In!

Benefits of the ATL

Streamline Transit Planning

Streamline Transit Planning

We are working to get our region moving in the same direction – toward a plan for better connecting transit systems to a more unified network of mobility options throughout the public and private sectors.
Improve Rider Experience

Improve Rider Experience

We are collaborating with local transit authorities to optimize the transit experience, saving riders time, reducing the stress of daily commutes and improving the overall customer experience.
Drive Economic Development

Drive Economic Development

We help accelerate opportunities for economic growth by making it easier for our talented workforce to access jobs across the region and attract new business.

What We Do

The ATL is planning and funding the forward motion of metro Atlanta.

Planning

Our goal is to transform the way our region gets around, whatever the mode. Here’s how we’re driving that mission forward:
Oversee the transit plan for our 13-county region.
Promote collaboration between current and future transit partners.
Partner with regional stakeholders to think long-term about mobility.

Funding

All federal and state transit funding for the region will be managed by the ATL. Our core responsibilities include:
Prioritize transit projects to maximize available funding for the region.
Work with county governments who choose to expand TSPLOST options.
Recommend to state leaders transit projects for bond funding.

Our Transit Partners

We are proud to collaborate with the transit authorities that millions of Atlantans rely on every day.
The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority will have exclusive authority for operating region’s heavy rail system, including any new heavy rail projects. MARTA controls its current local funding and federal formula funding, and its legal contractual obligations are unaffected.
Operated by the Atlanta-region Transit Link Authority (ATL), Xpress buses provide more than 1.8 million passenger trips every year. They operate 27 routes across 12 metro Atlanta counties providing commuters access to and from major employment centers in Downtown, Midtown, and Perimeter Center.
With more than 2.75 million passenger trips annually, CobbLinc provides local bus service, paratransit and FLEX on-demand service within Cobb County as well as commuter bus to and from Downtown and Midtown Atlanta.
Ride Gwinnett offers express bus, local bus and paratransit service. Commuter express bus service operates between Gwinnett County and downtown and midtown Atlanta. Local bus service connects neighborhoods and businesses to Gwinnett County's many cultural, shopping and educational opportunities.
Cherokee Area Transportation System (CATS) provides fixed route service in and around Canton and countywide demand response service.
Connect Douglas is a commuter-oriented program that operates work-trip vanpools and offers transportation assistance to senior adults and disabled individuals. New fixed route bus service will launch in Spring 2019 offering four routes and complimentary ADA paratransit service.
Coweta County provides on-demand transit service to business, commercial and activity centers within the county.
Henry County provides on-demand curb-to-curb service on a first-come, first-served reservation basis for all its residents.
Forsyth County Dial-A-Ride is an on-call public transportation system for use by Forsyth County Residents. Forsyth County is partnering with the ATL on Link Forsyth, the county’s first public transportation master plan.
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