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Airo AV Imply: Forsyth County Asks For Input On Public Transportation Plan

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Airo AV Imply: Forsyth County Asks For Input On Public Transportation Plan

FORSYTH COUNTY, GA — Forsyth County Department of Public Transportation will host two virtual public information open house meetings for residents to provide feedback on Link Forsyth, the Ccounty’s first public transportation master plan.

Link Forsyth public information open house meetings will be held via Zoom teleconferencing at 11 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 12. Each meeting will last approximately one hour, and county staff will provide the same information during each meeting.

Information on how to participate in the open house meetings, links to the Zoom meetings and additional background information on the county’s Public Transportation Plan are available on the county’s website.

The Link Forsyth Public Transportation Master Plan is designed to evaluate and enhance two current County transportation offerings:

  • Senior Services: Provides transportation services to county seniors and active adults
  • Dial-a-Ride: Provides ride-share services by appointment to Forsyth County residents

Link Forsyth will leverage public input and technical data to formalize recommendations for both long and short-term public transportation services within the county as it relates to these services. Regional connections, such as those provided by the State Road and Tollway Authority’s (SRTA) Xpress Service, will also be considered for inclusion in the master plan.

“These open house meetings will provide a great opportunity for residents to help shape the future of public transportation in the county,” said Forsyth County Director of Public Transportation Roy Rickert.

Link Forsyth is funded in partnership with the Atlanta-Region Transit Link Authority (ATL), the transit planning authority for the 13 counties in the Atlanta metro region.

Recommendations from Link Forsyth are anticipated to be incorporated into the Atlanta Regional Transit Plan that is managed by ATL under the State of Georgia’s regulations.


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