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Auburn-Opelika Metropolitan Planning Organization (AOMPO)

In cooperation with the State of Alabama and the Federal Highway Administration, the AOMPO is responsible for carrying out the metropolitan transportation planning process for the Auburn-Opelika Urbanized Area.  Click the above title for more information.

Lee-Russell Public Transit

Take advantage of Lee-Russell Public Transit's (LRPT) convenient bus schedule and routes. LRPT operates a Dial-A-Ride service in designated areas within Lee & Russell Counties. Click the above title for more information.

Lee-Russell Rural Planning Organization (LRRPO)

The Lee-Russell Rural Planning Organization is designed to help facilitate communication between local rural governments and the Alabama Department of Transportation and allow input from rural areas into ALDOT’s decision making process. Click the above title for more information.

Phenix City Express (PEX)

Take advantage of the Phenix City Express’ (PEX) convenient bus schedule and routes. 
PEX operates a fixed route and paratransit service within the city limits of Phenix City.  However, the PEX Fixed Route travels into Columbus, GA to drop passengers off at a METRA stop to allow riders to transfer to a METRA bus.  PEX also offers a paratransit service into Columbus, GA for medical visits only. Click the above title for more information.

United We Ride Pilot Program

The goal of the United We Ride Pilot Program is to effectively provide more transportation options to more of our transportation disadvantaged citizens in Lee and Russell counties. This can only be accomplished by building partnerships between providers of transportation and the human service agencies and organizations that represent senior citizens, families in poverty, and individuals with disabilities. For the most updated Coordinated Transportation Plan please visit the United We Ride web page.

Lee-Russell Council of Governments
2207 Gateway Drive Opelika, AL 36801-6834
Phone: (334) 749-5264 Fax: (334) 749-6582
1-800-243-5463 (1-800-AGELINE)