As pressure grows on suburban counties to get on board the Atlanta region’s public transportation system, Gwinnett County continues to contemplate its mass transit future. And it’s seeking public input.
As part of a mass transit study due early next year, Gwinnett is surveying residents about mass transit. Among other things, the survey asks whether residents want more transit options, what kind of options they’d like and how much they’d be willing to pay for them. The survey closes Oct. 2. You can take it here.
It’s not the last chance to offer input as part. Gwinnett expects to have preliminary recommendations on what its mass transit future might look like in early 2018. It will take those recommendations back to the public for further comment.