Greensboro Transit Authority is the operator of public transportation in the Greensboro, North Carolina area. It complements three other local and one regional bus service in the Piedmont Triad. Fifteen routes travel almost solely within the city limits.
In 1991, the Greensboro Transit Authority assumed operation of a private bus system run by Duke Energy (known at the time as Duke Power). The Greensboro Transit Authority consists of nine board members, each appointed for a two-year term by members of Greensboro City Council.
GTA collaborated with seven local colleges and universities in 2006 to create Higher Education Area Transit (HEAT), with nine routes serving the higher learning institutions and select destinations throughout the city.
GTA also operates Specialized Community Area Transportation (SCAT) a door-to-door transportation service for passengers with a disability that makes riding fixed routes difficult.
In early 2011, GTA added a number of diesel-electric hybrid buses to their fleet.
This list does not include the HEAT routes which are also operated by the Greensboro Transit Authority with GTA fares.
*1 West Wendover Avenue
*2 Four Seasons
*3 North Elm Street
*4 Benbow/Willow Road
*5 Gorrell Street
*6 Summit Avenue
*7 Friendly Avenue
*7A Irving Park/Starmount Connector
*8 Battleground Avenue
*8A Lawndale Connector
*9 West Market Street
*10 East Market Street
*11 West Gate City Boulevard
*11A West Gate City Boulevard Connector
*12 Randleman Road/Eugene St
*12A South Town Connector
*13 Martin Luther King Drive
*14 Bessemer Avenue/Phillips Avenue
*15 Yanceyville Street/Brightwood School Road
*21 Summit Avenue/North Elm Street
*22 East Market Street/Bessemer Avenue/Phillips Avenue
*23 Gorrell Street/Benbow Street/MLK Jr
*24 Randleman Road/South Elm-Eugene Street
*25 Four Seasons Town Centre/West Gate City Boulevard
*26 West Wendover Avenue/West Friendly Avenue
*27 Battleground Avenue
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