Premium, high-speed services like rail, bus rapid transit (BRT) and arterial rapid transit (ART), highlight the 82 major transit and infrastructure projects in the new Gwinnett Transit Plan. BRT operates in dedicated travel lanes not available to other vehicles, and ART operates in a combination of dedicated and shared highway lanes. A planned Multimodal Hub at Jimmy Carter Boulevard will extend rail to MARTA’s Doraville Station, avoiding roadway congestion near that station. Expanded Gwinnett bus service will allow for shorter wait times, additional Sunday service and more direct connections. Enhanced bike and pedestrian networks connecting to transit will create a seamless system. Even planning for SR 316 managed lanes is included to make Gwinnett transit even faster. Gwinnett is growing at a rapid pace and the transit options need to keep up with that growth. The Gwinnett Transit Plan positively impacts Gwinnett residents now, and in the future.