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Route 13 Change Beginning September 4
Beginning Monday, September 4, Route 13 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive Outbound will follow new routing. From Eugene Street, the route will turn left on Elm Street and right on Whittington Street. Due to this change, the bus stop at 1316 Eugene St. will no longer be served. Also, the bus stops at Eugene and Doak streets and Eugene and South Streets will be served by Route 13 Outbound instead of Inbound. An additional stop will be added at Elm and Andrew streets. View the updated route map here.
RFP Issued for Transit Services
A Request for Proposals has been issued for the Operation and Management of Transit Services for the City of Greensboro's Public Transportation Division and Greensboro Transit Authority. Closing date is August 31. Review the RFP and supporting documents here.
GTA Partners with Local Business to Offer GO Pass eXtra$
Your GO Pass transit smart card will save you more than just 20 percent off your GTA fares. Flash your pass at a variety of local merchants and receive great discounts at retail, dining, entertainment establishments and many others. Check out our current list of participating merchants and prepare to save.
GTA Invites You to Get on Board 2040
The City's Public Transportation Division and GTA have launched Mobility Greensboro 2040, an in-depth review of the GTA system, to establish long-term strategies and programs to make our bus system more efficient and increase rider usage. This will include a close study of the current system. Your input is a valuable part of the 18-month process. Visit Get On Board 2040 for additional information and to take our survey.
Statewide Public Transportation Strategic Plan Announced
The NC Department of Transportation's Public Transportation Division is developing a strategic plan to improve bus, rail and paratransit services in Greensboro and across the state. A series of community workshops are planned for your input. Learn more.
Your Bus is in Your Hands
Need to know the progress of your GTA or HEAT bus? Get real-time information on your smart phone or text-enabled phone. Download the free Transloc Rider app from the Apple or Android app stores or learn more on the Track Your Bus Live Web page.
GTA/HEAT Partners with NC by Train for Last Mile Program
A new bus-rail partnership gives passengers on the NC by Train/Amtrak Raleigh-to-Charlotte (Piedmont and Carolinian trains) rail corridor the option of a transit pass to help them reach their final destination through public transportation. To get a pass, rail passengers need to request it from conductors while on board and present it when boarding the transit partner’s bus. Use of the pass is only good on the passenger’s day of travel. For more information, visit the NC By Train Web page.
GTA Introduces Audio Transit Advertising
To complement traditional and specialty display advertising available to the public, GTA is excited to offer Audio Ads. Your 15-second custom message will be heard by more than 82,000 passengers each week. Learn more on our advertising page.
GTA Activity and Coloring Book Available
Hey kids! Looking to learn more about GTA and public transportation? Check out our new Activity and Coloring Book that features a maze puzzle, word search, and plenty of coloring pages. We hear coloring books are all the rage with adults as well. Just download, print and enjoy!
Did You Know?
GTA offers a free Discount Identification Card that gives holders half-price fares if they: are a senior citizen (60 years or older), are a student (6-18 years), receive Medicaid/Medicare, or have a disability. Documentation of either of these is required to a receive card, which must be shown to a driver at boarding each time. For more information, call 336-335-6499.
GTA Title VI Notice
Greensboro Transit Authority complies with federal laws that prohibit discrimination against people because of their race, color or national origin, disability, and in some cases, sex, age or low income status. View our Title VI Notice to the Public. Click to view the full notice.