Officials unveiled a fresh look and new name for Gwinnett County Transit as part of an event at the Gwinnett Transportation Operations Center in Lawrenceville on January 12.
The January event kicked off a rebrand and a year of upcoming transit improvements by pulling out the old buses and pulling in brand new white buses featuring the county’s “Vibrantly Connected” logo and a new name, Ride Gwinnett. This is the first change to the look of the buses and the transit brand since Gwinnett County Transit was launched in 2001. The intention behind the new look is to create a better and more vibrant experience around transit that users can connect with. Newly updated signage for bus stops will help to reinforce the new brand as it is implemented.
Transit improvements will feature new local bus routes and microtransit zones to be added later in the year helping to improve connectivity throughout the county. One of the new routes will be coming to the Sugarloaf CID, connecting the Mall of Georgia to the Park and Ride at Sugarloaf Mills.
These improvements will complement plans for placemaking at transit stops throughout the CID identified in our Sugarloaf Transit Enhancements Study.
Check out the photos of the event, and read more about it in the Gwinnett Daily Post.