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Georgia Transit Association

Georgia Transit Association | 424 W. Taylor Str. Suite 123, Griffin, Ga 30223
678-603-1090  |  |


We’ve arrived at the time of year where the Legislative Committee needs your input on issues to include on next year’s legislative agenda.  We would like to gather your input on both the state and federal issues that you’d like to see us pursue this coming year.   
Click here to access the form for your input.  Please use it for anything you’d like to convey and email directly back to the Legislative Committee Co-Chairs no later than COB on Thursday, August 31st.  We will then review what we get and consolidate it for the September GTA Board meeting where final decisions will be made on what to adopt for 2018.
Legislative Committee Co-Chairs:
John Bayalis:
Robert Hiett:
Scott Haggard:
If you would rather email us directly with item descriptions sans form, that is fine as well.
Many thanks and we look forward to working with each of you on your needs!”

2017 GTA Conference

Mark your calendars for this year’s GTA conference December 6 to 8, 2017 at the Hyatt Regency Savannah! We will provide more details soon. Hope to see you there!


Greetings from the Georgia Transit Association!

As we prepare for our 2017 Annual Conference, we are looking for fresh, innovative, cutting edge transit and TDM presentation ideas from all our stakeholders across the state and different population regions. Should you be interested in participating as a presenter this year, please complete this form and remit no later than close of business August 25th to John Bayalis via email at  If you have any specific questions you’d like to discuss, feel free to call John at 404-797-9337.

DISCLAIMER: There is no reimbursement or compensation for presenting at the GTA Annual Conference.

Transit News You Can Use

News from GTA

New GTA Public Policy Twitter Feed

Please follow the new GTA Public Policy Twitter feed @GTAPolicy to learn about:

  • Trends in GA transit policy
  • Real time updates on legislation as it moves through the legislative process at the Capitol and elsewhere
  • Relevant meeting announcements (e.g., Senate Transportation Committee)
  • Special interest stories from around the state, region and country that highlight the multitude of issues involving transit that include: funding, planning, economic development, job creation and transit impacts