Now Residents Who Don’t Have Transportation Will Be Able To Ride On-Demand With Ride Gwinnett
Title: Discover the Convenience of Ride Gwinnett’s Expanded Microtransit Services
Table of Contents:
- How Microtransit Works
- The Expansion of Ride Gwinnett
- New Local Routes
- Microtransit Zones
- Upcoming Local Route
- Accessing Ride Gwinnett Services
Are you ready to revolutionize your commuting experience? Brace yourself for the convenience and comfort of microtransit! Starting August 28, Ride Gwinnett is rolling out an innovative on-demand shared-ride mode of transportation that will transform the way you travel in Lawrenceville and Snellville.
How Microtransit Works
Gone are the days of waiting around for public transportation. With Ride Gwinnett’s microtransit, you’re in control. Here’s how it works: You, the rider, can effortlessly request a ride through the user-friendly Ride Gwinnett app or by simply giving a call to their dispatch. Once requested, a small shuttle or van will promptly pick you up and drop you off at your desired location within the designated microtransit zone.
The Expansion of Ride Gwinnett
Ride Gwinnett isn’t stopping there. The year 2023 marks an exciting expansion for this transportation service, bringing enhanced accessibility to various Gwinnett County areas. Here’s what you can expect:
- New Local Routes: On August 28, two new local routes will hit the streets:
- Route 25: This route connects the Gwinnett Transit Center at Gwinnett Place Mall to Stone Mountain, passing through key points like Plaza Las Americas, Lawrenceville Highway, Killian Hill Road, and more.
- Ride Gwinnett Route 70: Starting from downtown Snellville, this route takes you through Snellville, Stone Mountain, Clarkston, and Decatur, ending at the Indian Creek MARTA Station in Dekalb County.
- Microtransit Zones: August 28 is also when Ride Gwinnett introduces two new microtransit zones:
- In Snellville, the microtransit zone encompasses the Centerville to Webb Ginn area.
- In Lawrenceville, the microtransit zone covers communities from Sugarloaf Parkway to State Road 316, including Georgia Gwinnett College.
- Upcoming Local Route: Mark your calendar for November 20, when Ride Gwinnett Route 50 launches. This route takes you from Sugarloaf Mills’ Park and Ride to Suwanee Town Center, heading eastward towards the Mall of Georgia and Coolray Field.
Accessing Ride Gwinnett Services
To access these cutting-edge services, you can download the Ride Gwinnett app or connect with Ride Gwinnett Customer Service at 770.822.5010. Their friendly assistance is available Monday through Friday from 6:00 am to 8:00 pm, and on Saturday from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm.
With Ride Gwinnett’s expansion, getting around Gwinnett County has never been more convenient and flexible. Say goodbye to traditional transportation woes and embrace the future of mobility with microtransit. Whether you’re commuting to work, exploring the city, or simply running errands, Ride Gwinnett’s new offerings are set to enhance your journey in every way imaginable. For more details and maps of their services, visit their official website today.