The Satellite Boulevard to Jimmy Carter Boulevard BRT Corridor Study is limited to a 10-mile section from Jimmy Carter Boulevard in Norcross to Sugarloaf Parkway in Duluth and across to the Sugarloaf Mills Park-and-Ride. (Courtesy Gwinnett County)

Gwinnett transportation survey looks at Satellite to Jimmy Carter

Gwinnett is conducting a transportation survey for its first proposed Bus Rapid Transit corridor. The Satellite Boulevard to Jimmy Carter Boulevard BRT Corridor Study is limited to a 10-mile section from Jimmy Carter Boulevard in Norcross to Sugarloaf Parkway in Duluth and across to the Sugarloaf Mills Park-and-Ride.

The study will determine station locations, identify what development/redevelopment the community would like to see nearby, and provide guidance and recommendations for zoning and other transit policies needed to make the project happen.

The study area includes approximately ¾ mile buffer on each side of the BRT corridor, which expands to a 1-mile buffer around three transit stations/hubs: Multimodal Hub (near Jimmy Carter Boulevard), Gwinnett Transit Center (at Gwinnett Place Mall), and the Infinite Energy Center.

The public can provide input through a survey and a Map It! activity at www.GwinnettBRT.com.

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