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Hall Area Transit (HAT)
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.
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.
Mobility Plus– Riders with disabilities that cannot safely navigate the streets to access Red Rabbit bus stops can call Hall Area Transit and receive a ride directly to their desired destination or directly to the Red Rabbit service. Persons wishing to use this service must complete a certification process to ensure that they meet ADA eligibility requirements.
Dial-A-Ride- Riders can call ahead 48+ hours to reserve curb-side van service that comes directly to them and takes them directly to where they want to go. The fare for this service starts at $2.00 and increases with each additional mile traveled.
To apply for ADA Complementary Service, please call Hall Area Transit at 770-503-3333. To make a complaint regarding the ADA application process or any part of the ADA service, please contact Community Service Center Director, Phillippa Lewis Moss, at 770.503.3330.