History & Statutes
SRTA is an agency of the state established by statutory law, governed by a five-member Board that is chaired by the Governor. Since 1953, it has supported the state’s mobility needs by operating Georgia’s first user-fee facility, the Sidney Lanier Bridge to the Torras Causeway bridging the mainland to St. Simon’s Island, and the critical commuter system, the Georgia 400 (GA 400) Extension in the city of Atlanta.
Click here to download a document with more information about SRTA's history.
Click here to download the official Georgia code pertaining to SRTA.