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Real Talk 'On the Go' Returns
Can't make it to a Real Talk meeting? GTA returns with "Real Talk On the Go" from 6:30-8:30 pm Tuesday, March 11, at the J. Douglas Galyon Depot. Talk with steering committee members and staff about proposed service changes and provide your input. See you there.
March 10 "Real Talk" Community Meeting is Canceled;
Next Meeting is March 12 at Warnersville Recreation Center
GTA continues its series of community meetings at 6:30 pm Wednesday, March 12, at Warnersville Recreation Center, 601 Doak St., to receive input on service/fare policy changes. The meeting allows riders and residents to learn about the anticipated $2 million budget shortfall and share how changes in fares and service may affect them directly and indirectly. Watch this video to learn more. Attendees may also make suggestions about how the Triad’s largest public transportation system might close the budget gap. All information gathered at the community meetings will be reviewed by the Steering Committee. If you are not able to attend a meeting, we also welcome your input by taking our survey. Final recommendations will be presented to the full GTA Board and ultimately, City Council.
GTA Recognizes February as Black History Month
Join GTA as we recognize the important contributions made by African-Americans in our country's history. Our Journey Through History page offers a look at people and events that helped shape society as it exists today.
Get Health & Human Services Agency Information at the Depot
Looking for referrals for disability, mental illness or substance abuse assistance? While in the GTA waiting area of the Depot, you can now access an interactive kiosk that connects you with local nonprofit organizations serving our community with vital services. Provided by Guilford Cares, the touch screen computer system also allows you to print the information on the go. Learn more on this website.
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.
Google Transit Comes to GTA!
GTA has become the newest public transit system to partner with Google Transit. A subset of Google Maps, this dynamic transit site, widget and app provides trip planning services using route data provided by GTA. It is available on your mobile device, tablet or desktop. Visit the GTA Google Transit page to learn more!
GTA - the Perfect Partner for Business
Greensboro Transit Authority wants to partner with you to serve your employees' transportation needs! How? Learn about our Corporate Connections program and the benefits available for your employees and your bottom line.
The Safe Place for Youth - GTA
GTA is now Greensboro's newest Safe Place location. Signage at the Depot, GTA Administrative Offices, and on more than 100 buses will indicate an area of safety for children in time of need. If a child or young adult needs help, trained GTA representatives are ready to lend a hand. The local Safe Place Program is administered by Youth Focus Inc.
New Facility Construction is Completed
The new 64,000 square foot GTA Operations/Maintenance Facility and Administrative Offices has been completed and is now serving the Greensboro community. Want to see what it took to make it happen? Check out our construction photos on our flickr site.
Answers to Your Questions About SCAT Reservation and Service Policy Changes
The GTA Board recently approved policy changes for SCAT Reservations and Services including the Late Cancelation/No Show Policy. To help you understand these changes, this list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) has been produced. For more information on the policy changes, contact Sharon Smiley at 336-373-2182.
Regional Fare Value Cards Now Available
The Triad's public transit agencies, which includes GTA, are offering riders a Regional Fare Value Card. Riders can purchase cards in $5, $10, and $20 denominations to use on PART, GTA, HiTran, and WSTA buses. Each time a rider boards a bus, the fare box will deduct each transit system's single ride fare amount. Transfer tickets will not be provided between the transit systems. For more information about the Regional Fare Value Card, visit the PART website.
Get In The Know With Transit Updates
Be the first to get GTA and HEAT updates and information, service changes, route detours, weather delays and more by text message. Sign up by texting follow gtaheat to 40404. You can also subscribe by e-mail by visiting GTA's Twitter site.
*Please note that this service is free, but you may be charged for text messages depending on your personal cell phone plan. The City of Greensboro and GTA are not responsible for charges or damages resulting from use of this service.
Web-Based Reservations Available for SCAT Users
Users of Specialized Community Area Transportation (SCAT) services can now make reservations for trips on the Internet. To make a reservation, please visit the interactive website.
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.
Public Transportation Division Manager: Elizabeth G. James