ATL Regional Transit Plan

Per state legislation, the ATL is required to develop and regularly update a regional transit plan, incorporating existing and future transit services, facilities, and projects in order to provide a coordinated region-wide approach and enhance connectivity for riders. The ATL Regional Transit Plan, or ARTP, serves as the foundation for transit planning in the Atlanta region for the next twenty years, ensuring transit projects work together to create a seamless network and customer experience regardless of transit operator. 

In 2019, the ATL Board established an evaluation framework for the ARTP to compare transit projects against a set of specific, objective criteria. These criteria reflect a commitment to the ATL’s six governing principles: Economic Development and Land Use, Environmental Sustainability, Equity, Innovation, Mobility and Access, and Return on Investment. 

For additional information contact:

Scott Haggard
ATL Director of Government and External Affairs

O 404.893.2055
shaggard@srta.ga.gov

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