The Middle Georgia Regional Commission provides transportation planning and coordination services through a variety of state and local agencies, all focused on facilitating the movement of people and goods and promoting the development of transportation alternatives.

Middle Georgia Regional Commission administers the Department of Human Services (DHS) Coordinated Transportation Program in the 11-county Middle Georgia region. The MGRC is responsible for ensuring the provision of subcontracted transportation services for consumers of the Division of Aging Services, Family and Children Services, Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities, Public Health, and the Department of Labor’s Vocational Rehabilitation Services. This program serves the most vulnerable citizens of Middle Georgia by providing safe, reliable public transportation to meet basic needs.

Also in partnership with the Georgia Department of Transportation, Middle Georgia Regional Commission assists local governments in the areas of Rural Public Transit Planning, Scenic Byways Program, Bicycle and Pedestrian Planning, Transportation Enhancement Program, and Safe Routes to Schools Program.