Georgina Mobility Transit (GMT) was formed in 1988 by a group of local citizens who were concerned about the special transportation needs of people living with physical and other disabilities. In 1991, GMT was incorporated as a registered charity and with support from the Town of Georgina, it began operating a Mobility Bus in Georgina. This service continued until York Region Transit started its Mobility Plus service in 2003.
Transit Georgina was formed in 1994 by a group of local citizens, who were concerned about the special transportation needs of people at high risk of social isolation. These needs would include sole support women and their children, youth, frail elderly people, and people suffering from serious acute and chronic illnesses. Transit Georgina grew out of an initiative of the Premier's Council on Health, Well-being and Social Justice. Transit Georgina, which was initially called "The Transportation Club," was comprised of a Rider-Driver matching system.
Georgina Mobility Transit and Transit Georgina amalgamated in June 2005 to form one consolidated non-profit charity working to improve the transportation needs of residents of Georgina. Today, Georgina Mobility Transit and its Transit Georgina operation provide over 12,000 rides per year.