At last count, GTA serves more than 1,100 bus stops in the Greensboro and Jamestown areas. Bus stops are readily identifiable by the sign which includes the route number. Also, GTA operates two main facilities for transportation operations and administration.
The J. Douglas Galyon Depot, 236-C E. Washington St. in downtown Greensboro, serves as the main passenger transfer center for GTA's system. The Depot building was originally built in 1927 by Southern Railway and renovated between 2001 and 2003. The facility provides a number of amenities for riders including transit information, televisions, restrooms, vending machines, free WiFi, a phone/laptop charging station, and a café. Also sharing space at the Depot are public transportation providers PART Express, Carolina Trailways, Greyhound, and Amtrak.
GTA operates out of the 64,000-square-foot Operations and Maintenance Facility and Administrative Offices at 223 West Meadowview Rd. The building, which houses the GTA administrative staff, operations personnel, and vehicle maintenance and storage, sells passes for use on GTA and hosts various public meetings. After construction, it earned Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold status, designating it as the first City of Greensboro LEED municipal building. To view construction photos of the facility, visit our flickr site