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Holiday Board Meetings Announced
In recognition of the upcoming holidays, the GTA Board has made changes to its remaining meeting dates for 2016. The December meeting will be held on Thursday, December 15 beginning at 6 pm.
SCAT Public Meetings and Hearing Scheduled
GTA will hold a pair of public meetings and a public hearing to discuss changes to the fare structure for Personal Care Attendants (PCAs) riding with ADA-eligible SCAT riders on GTA Fixed Route (regular) bus service at no cost. Learn more.
RFP Issued for Professional Services
Greensboro Transit Authority has issued a public Request for Proposals (RFP) for its Long Range Transit Study and for Management and Operation of Transit Services by qualified bidders. The RFP and supporting documents are available on this 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.