Editor Sarah Bakhtiari firstname.lastname@example.org
The Gwinnett County Transit system costs $15.23 million per year, $10 million of which comes from taxpayers. But to shut it down would end up costing the County 2 or 3 times that much.
The Georgia Department of Transportation has been a dysfunctional, politically torn-and-twisted state agency for over 50 years. It's time to focus on fixing it.
The TSPLOST campaign has been a fascinating and educational experience. Here are some of the lessons.
Atlanta is no longer a hub-and-spoke city, but a large network of suburban clusters. Our transportation system should support it, not try to stop it.
T-SPLOST proponents admit it's not about traffic congestion - it's really about . . . .
Monday morning the ARC sent out an e-mail titled "10 Facts about the Regional Transportation Referendum." I would like to respond.
TSPLOST advocates are doing and saying everything possible to get you to vote for the tax. The Chambers of Commerce and ARC are destroying their credibility in the process.
As the TSPLOST issue has gained more publicity over the last several months we have been treated to many working examples of the media-as-advocate instead of media-as-reporter.
It appears on close inspection that GDOT may have engineered a financial coup with the T-SPLOST vote.
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