Founded in March 2010, the Friends of Clayton County Transit (FCT) is a coalition of several groups whose primary goal is to bring public transportation, buses and commuter rail to Clayton County.  The coalition includes residents, business owners, community organizations, bus and rail advocates, civil rights groups, environmentalists, political leaders and clergy. FCT is dedicated to supporting the global appeal provided by the Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson Airport as the busiest transportation hub in the world. Public transit is vital for economic growth, job creation, environmental integrity, educational and cultural expansion in our Clayton County community.


100 Black Men South Metro

AFL-CIO Constituency Group

Amalgamated Transit Union Local 732

Association of Christian Ministers of Clayton County

AALAC/Angkor Resource Center

Atlanta Labor Council

A.D King Foundation

Caribbean-American Chamber of Commerce

Citizens for Progressive Transit

Clayton County NAACP

Coalition of Black Trade Unionist

Concerned Black Citizens of Clayton County

Disability Link (D-Link)

Georgia Assoc. of Black Constructors

Georgia Association of Black Elected Officials

Georgia Association of Latino Elected Officials

Georgia AFL-CIO

Georgia Coalition for the People’s Agenda

Georgia State NAACP

Georgia Sierra Club

Georgia STAND-UP

Georgians for Stronger Communities

Georgians for Passenger Rails

GO Clayton

HICKS Evaluation Group (HEG LLC)

Metro Atlanta Community Enrichment Outreach

National Action Network (Clayton/Henry Network)

NNK Consulting

Rainbow PUSH

Raising Up Leaders

RDWSU International

Southern Christian Leadership Conference

Southern Environmental Law Center

Transportation Equity Coalition

Voter Empowerment Collaborative