Hall Area Transit Bus Services
Hall Area Transit is a public transportation system that has served the City of Gainesville and Hall County since 1983. Its mission is to provide efficient, effective and affordable public transportation that will allow riders to access jobs, retail shops, recreational facilities, medical/dental offices, social service agencies, government offices, and other important community sites.
Hall Area Transit is a key component in helping reduce traffic congestion and minimize air pollution. It also encourages new generations of Hall-countians to consider alternatives to driving in single occupancy vehicles. Public transportation supports our community in other ways too. It helps people that cannot drive; such as youth, seniors and persons with disabilities; to fully participate in and contribute to our vibrant community. Public transportation is a way for people to get connected and stay connected with others in the community. Whether you're a first time passenger or a seasoned traveler, this information is provided to answer your questions and make riding a breeze. We hope to see you "on board" soon!
Gainesville Connection – Gainesville Connection provides scheduled bus services throughout the City of Gainesville and parts of the City of Oakwood and unicorporated Hall County. Buses operate five days a week from 6:00 AM to 6:00 PM.
$0.00 Free for Children age 7 and younger (child must be less than 42 inches in height)
$0.00 Free for Persons with Permanent Disabilities with valid I.D. Persons with permanent disabilities who purchase a $3.00 Reduced Fare Card from Hall Area Transit after presenting a red, white and blue Medicare card. If you cannot present this card, your bus fare will be $1.00
Lift-equipment is available on Hall Area Transit vehicles to meet Americans with Disabilities Act requirements. Individuals who use mobility devices, such as a wheelchair or scooter, must conform to the "common wheelchair" dimensions as set forth under the Federal Register, vol. 56 No 173, 1991, Rules and Regulations. A "common wheelchair" is not larger than 30 inches wide and 48 inches long, and more than 600 pounds, when occupied.
Hall Area Transit receives funding from the Federal Transit Administration, the Georgia Departments of Transportation and Human Services, the City of Gainesville, Hall County, and fares from riders.
Popular Destinations Along Each of the Red Rabbit Bus Routes
Route 1 North: New Holland Tractor, Hospital at Spring Street, Good News, Greyhound Bus Station, Post Office, Hospital, Brenau University, Library, HAT Office
Route 3: Gainesville Downtown Square, Georgia Mountain Center, Brenau College, Long Street Clinic, Rehabilitation Institute, J&J Grocery Store, Windcliff Apartments, Ridgecrest Apartments, Publix, Gainesville Dialysis, Linwood Apartments, Advanced Eye Clinic, Frances Meadows Aquatic Center, Hospital
Route 4: Library, Potter's House, Gainesville Ciy School Board, Colonial Mall, Subway, Home Depot, Best Buy, Jackson EMC, Lake Forest Apartments, Kohl's, Target, Gainesville Public Housing.
Route 5b: Hall Area Transit Administrative Office, , Ninth District, Alta Vista Cemetary, Big Lots, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Memorial Gardens Cemetary, Enterprise Rentals, Office Pro, Applebee's, Red Lobster, J&J Food Mart, Brenau Downtown Campus, Hall County Government Buildnig
Route 6: Walmart, Mama Ruths, Aeromexico, La Villita, Yuriria Supermarket, Lanier Career Academy, Department of Labor, Gainesville State College, Salvation Army Family Store, Colonial Mall
Red Rabbit Travel Tips
1. Smoking is Prohibited on all buses and at all bus stops.
2. Smoking, Eating and Drinking are Prohibited on all buses.
3. Packages are Limited to what one person can safely carry on board.
4. Holiday Schedules will be posted on the buses.
5. Exact Fare only will be accepted by the bus operator.
6. Reduced Fares are available only to persons who present a Reduced Fare
card after presenting acceptable identification to staff at the Hall Area
Transit administrative office at 687 Main Street.
7. Passengers who behave poorly will be removed from the buses.
8. Unforeseen Events Will Delay the Buses. Plan Accordingly.
For additional information, route map or schedule, please contact Hall Area Transit at 770-503-3333 or email email@example.com.
Consejos para viajar en el Red Rabbit
1. Esta prohibido fumar en los buses o en las paradas de los buses.
2. Esta prohibido fumar, comer y beber en los buses.
3. Paquetes estan limitados a lo que el pasajero puede cargar sin peligro.
4. Horario Festivo sera publicado en los buses.
5. Solamente tarifa exacta sera aceptada por el conductor.
6. Solamente los pasajeros que tienen una Reduced Fare Card pueden
pagar la tarifa reducida. Puede obtener una Reduced Fare Card
presentando la adecuada identificacion en la oficina administrativa de
Hall Area Transit en 687 Main Street.
7. Pasajeros que se comporten mal seran removidos de los buses.
8. Eventos imprevistos causaran retrasos en los buses. Por favor planee
por lo tanto.