MTA was proud to participate in Bike Walk Macon’s first ever Macon-Bibb County Rolling Town Hall on Thursday, May 13th at Jefferson Long Park at 436 Pursley Street.

BIKE WALK MACON’S FIRST EVER ROLLING TOWN HALL MEETINGAfter a 3.5 mile bike ride (see our photos below), Bike Walk Macon provided participants with a unique opportunity to ask questions of local government leaders, including Georgia Appeals Court Judge Verda Colvin, Bibb Sheriff David Davis, Bibb Commissioner Paul Bronson, Macon-Bibb County Transit Authority CEO Crag Ross, & MTA Public Information Officer Jami Gaudet.

Ride: 5:30 p.m., with a Q & A 6:30-8:00 p.m.

Check out the bike route here: All ages and skill levels were welcome!

Thanks to Bike Walk Macon, Rachel Umana and Koryn Young! Great job ladies!

First stop on the 3.5 mile bike ride, the Tattnall Square Park fountain on a glorious Spring day in Macon.
We love our Bibb County Sheriff’s deputies! Thank you for protecting Macon-Bibb County!
Town Hall meeting at beautiful Jefferson Long Park on Pursley Street in the Pleasant Hill neighborhood. Panelists (l-r): GA Appeals Court Judge Verda Colvin, Bibb County Sheriff David Davis, MTA CEO Craig Ross, Bibb Commissioner Paul Bronson, MTA Public Information Officer
Jami Gaudet.
MTA CEO Craig Ross (r) discusses transit with Bibb Commissioner Paul Bronson (l).
Bike Walk Macon director Rachel Umana and MTA Transit Planner Weston Stroud moderate the Town Hall meeting.