Stimulus funds boost Gwinnett Transit

The total stimulus grant for Gwinnett Transit was $9.4 million. Tuesday’s action shifts $970,515 from funds previously allotted for bus stop shelters and building bus stop access sidewalks with $1,313,000 remaining for these projects. It also includes $3.3 million for bus technology and security projects, $3.7 million to rehabilitate 28 30-foot and 40-foot compressed natural gas powered local service buses and approximately $161,500 to replace two paratransit service buses.

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