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Old 07-10-2007, 06:34 AM
 
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I'm fairly new to the board and see many topics about traffic here. I read the AJC every once in awhile and see editorials about the woes, but what officially is going on for the future of our city?

Are there any serious talks about extending MARTA? DOT only wanting to pave more roads? I know about the inner train beltway proposal... cool idea.
Just wondering if there is anyone in some official capacity truly endorsing and working on the worsening situation in the metro area.

I only live 10 miles from my downtown job and find my car much more convenient. You could say I'm part of the problem (especially when I follow Dekalb Ave., right next to a MARTA train track). But, I'd surely take mass transit if I lived farther out and had a choice.
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