Metro Atlanta transit agencies had cut service and lost revenue for weeks amid the coronavirus pandemic. Now, with Georgia slowly reopening, transit ridership has stabilized, and several agencies are making tentative plans to restore some service. Full service, however, may not be restored for months. Social distancing and other safety precautions will be the new "normal" indefinitely, transit officials say. Xpress bus will restore about 5 percent of the service it had cut beginning June 1. Gwinnett also plans to restore some commuter service at the beginning of June. CobbLinc said it has no timetable for restoring service.