The Georgia Regional Transportation Authority addresses mobility and air quality in metro Atlanta and serves as the Governor’s voice for strategic direction in transportation planning for Georgia’s most populous region.
GRTA works on behalf of the Governor to reduce congestion and improve mobility, and operates high-quality, efficient regional commuter services.
GRTA’s Core Businesses
GRTA operates programs in two core businesses: Regional Commuter Transit and Transportation Performance Management.
GRTA’s Core Businesses – Program Fact Sheets (PDF)
Developments of Regional Impact Fact Sheet (PDF)
Rural and Human Services Transportation Fact Sheet (PDF)
Transportation Improvement Program Fact Sheet (PDF)
Vanpool Fact Sheet (PDF)
Xpress Fact Sheet (PDF)
GRTA’s duties and responsibilities are specified in the Official Code of Georgia Annotated in Title 50, Chapter 32. (OCGA §50-32-1 to §50-32-71). The Governor’s Development Council duties and responsibilities are specified in the Official Code of Georgia Annotated in Title 45, Chapter 12. (OCGA §45-12-200 to §45-12-207).