Who We Are
The Georgia Regional Transportation Authority collaboratively leads Georgia's effort to set clear expectations and specific goals for the performance of the state's transportation network. GRTA works in four major areas to improve Georgia's mobility, air quality and land use practices:
GRTA's Board of Directors
The GRTA Board of Directors is composed of 15 members, all of whom have been chosen by the Governor from among the ranks of top private and public sector leaders throughout the metro Atlanta region. Board members provide strategic guidance and direction to address our state's transportation challenges and to provide the best return to the taxpayers of Georgia on their investment in transportation.Click here to learn more about GRTA Board members
Jannine Miller is the Executive Director of the Georgia Regional Transportation Authority. At GRTA, Ms. Miller leads a team of transportation and administrative professionals in operating the Xpress commuter bus service and ensuring short-range transportation infrastructure plans in metro Atlanta provide a return-on-investment for Georgia taxpayer dollars.
GRTA's Guiding Principles
GRTA will operate as an open, accountable, efficient and effective public authority.
GRTA will operate within a decision-making framework that values public participation.
GRTA decisions shall be based upon fact-based analysis that provides the greatest public benefit for the resources invested.
GRTA will work for the best interest of the region in cooperation with federal, state, regional and local partners.
GRTA will advocate and implement a transportation system that is multi-modal, seamless, and accessible to all.
Governor's Development CouncilGo to the Governor's Development Council
In addition to their duties under the Georgia Regional Transportation Act, the members of the GRTA Board of Directors also serve as the Governor's Development Council. The Governor's Development Council exists to provide assistance to the Governor, as needed, on state economic development and planning coordination activities. As part of that role, the GDC in 2010 was tasked with creating the Coordinating Committee for Rural and Human Services Transportation to advise on Georgia's rural and human services transportation practices.
XpressVisit the Xpress website
Xpress is a public commuter transportation service, available Monday through Friday, designed to provide work-day commuters an alternative to driving their vehicles alone to work while improving air quality and enhancing the quality of life for all of metropolitan Atlanta. In partnership between GRTA and 12 metro Atlanta counties, Xpress is the Atlanta region's premier commuter transportation service, with luxury coaches carrying riders throughout the region.
GRTA's duties and responsibilities are specified in the Official Code of Georgia Annotated in Title 50, Chapter 32. (OCGA §50-32-1 to §50-32-71). The Governor's Development Council duties and responsibilities are specified in the Official Code of Georgia Annotated in Title 45, Chapter 12. (OCGA §45-12-200 to §45-12-207).
Board of Directors
Watch Board Meetings Live
Developments of Regional Impact
Directions to GRTA Office
Governor's Development Council
Rural and Human Services Transportation
Today's Regional Transit Options
Transportation MAP Report
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