QRyde Welcomes The Tift Lift Transit

The Tift Lift Transit, serves Tifton/Tift County and with two vans, currently averages 69 trips a day and 1,528 trips a month. The county’s transportation operates as a “demand-response” service, with individual passengers able to request door-to-door or curb-to-curb transportation for a small fee and serves residents with all types of needs and abilities. QRyde […]

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Three Rivers Regional Commission Joins QRyde

The Three Rivers Regional Commission (TRRC) transit program operates a demand response transportation model (no fixed routes, bus stops, or pick up times) and was Georgia’s first regional rural/suburban public transit service. The TRRC transit program, in the 10-county area, is operated on scheduled demand, meaning that riders must schedule a trip at least 24 […]

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Thomas County Area Transit Chooses QRyde

  Thomas County Area Transit provides public transportation services within Thomas County as well as selected commuting locations. They provide a demand response service to all members of the community based on an affordable, distance-based fee structure. TCAT is proud to have been serving their community’s transportation needs for over a decade. QRyde welcomes TCAT […]

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QRyde Welcomes Paulding County Transit

Paulding County Transit along with the Paulding County Board of Commissioners provides public transportation services for all residents of Paulding County. This service is available to all residents and is open to the general public. Their mission is to serve the citizens of Paulding County by developing and maintaining an effective and efficient network of […]

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Jefferson County Transit Joins GDOT in QRyde Partnership

Jefferson Transit is a public transportation system, owned and operated by the Jefferson County Board of Commissioners, serving Jefferson County since 1987. Their mission is to provide efficient, effective, safe, and affordable transportation allowing riders to access jobs, medical appointments, education, social service agencies, government offices – as well as shopping/personal purposes – catering to […]

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Welcoming Henry County to the QRyde Family

The goal of Henry County Transit is to provide safe, reliable, accessible and affordable transportation for the citizens of Henry County. Transportation is Demand-Response, providing curb-to-curb service for medical appointments, shopping, social activities, employment and many other places. They also provide human service transportation for individuals to attend and participate in vital services offered by […]

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Jackson County Transit Joins GDOT in Choosing QRyde

Jackson County Transit offers three 10-passenger vans, equipped with lifts, providing rural, public transportation services designed to allow convenient, dependable, accessible transportation for Jackson County residents. They operate a Shared-Ride Service, meaning that several individuals may be on-board the vehicle and in route to their destination. Service is available anywhere inside of Jackson County and from […]

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QRyde Helps Carroll County Establish Low-Cost Transit Service

A long-anticipated low-cost transit service for Carroll County launched their long-anticipated low-cost transit services on July 2. They now provide one-way or round-trip transportation for county residents to any location within the county. Partnering with the Three Rivers Regional Commission, the program is primarily federally funded through a rural transportation grant. This new “door-to-door” (instead of […]

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QRyde Partners with Dawson Transit

Dawson Transit provides quality, timely, and cost effective transportation services for all Dawson County citizens. They currently operate four buses, all equipped with wheelchair lifts – and meet the Americans with Disabilities Act requirements while providing non-emergency transportation. Staff are trained to assist riders on and off the vehicle as well as to secure wheelchairs […]

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Counties in the Coastal Regional Commission Team Up with QRyde

The Coordinated Transportation Department of the Coastal Regional Commission (CRC) provides coordinated human service and rural public transit services across 10 counties and 35 municipalities within the coastal region of Georgia – including Bryan, Bulloch, Camden, Chatham, Effingham, Glynn, Liberty, Long, McIntosh, and Screven counties and respective municipalities. CRC operates a system of 62 buses […]

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