More Connections

More connections bring greater economic opportunities. Providing access to the rest of the region positions Gwinnett County residents for increased job opportunities and offers Gwinnett businesses access to workers of all knowledge and skill levels.

Increased coverage enables the system to better serve the individual needs of Gwinnett’s diverse community. Some residents may have to get to work across the County, whereas others may just need to get across town. With a new network of frequent, reliable transit services, all Gwinnett residents will have more options.

Expanding the commuter bus system will add multiple park-and-ride lots throughout the County, connecting to major employment centers in Downtown/Midtown Atlanta, Buckhead, Perimeter, Emory/CDC and Athens.

Nearly every Gwinnett city will now have access to nearby park-and-ride facilities. New park-and-ride lots are coming to:

  • Buford
  • Dacula
  • Lawrenceville
  • Loganville
  • North I-85
  • Peachtree Corners

Three new Direct Connect routes give residents all-day connections to park-and-ride lots as well as the Chamblee MARTA Station, Gwinnett Place, Sugarloaf Mills, Gwinnett Tech and Georgia Gwinnett College.

The Gwinnett Transit Plan also provides funding to support additional vanpool and ridesharing services as well as includes projects across all modes of transportation, connecting Gwinnett to existing and planned transit investments in north Fulton County, eastern and southern DeKalb County and Hall County.

The county’s main Multimodal Hub, connecting heavy rail, BRT, ART, local bus and commuter bus routes all at Jimmy Carter Boulevard.

The county’s main Multimodal Hub, connecting heavy rail, BRT, ART, local bus and commuter bus routes all at Jimmy Carter Boulevard.