Regional Leaders to discuss Transportation Referendum at Atlanta BeltLine Quarterly Briefing

On Tuesday, June 19 from 6 to 8 p.m. the Atlanta BeltLine Quarterly Briefing will feature speakers from across the region to discuss the July 31 Regional Transportation Referendum.  The $8.5 billion ballot initiative includes a set project list of regional transportation projects with 15% of the funding dedicated to local jurisdictions for local transportation priorities. The regional list includes a 10.2 mile transit project in the City of Atlanta that includes parts of the Atlanta BeltLine and Streetcar.

Featured speakers include:

  • Norcross Mayor Bucky Johnson
  • Atlanta City Councilman H. Lamar Willis
  • Kevin Ross and Paul Bennecke of the Metro Atlanta Voter Education Network
  • Tom Weyandt, Transportation Policy Advisory for Mayor Kasim Reed
  • Kathryn Lawler, Manager of External Affairs for the Atlanta Regional Commission

The Quarterly Briefing will be held at Trees Atlanta, 225 Chester Ave, Atlanta, GA 30316 from 6 to 8 p.m.

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  1. I am excited about the Beltline coming to Atlanta. As a resident of Atlanta I definitely look forward to alternative transportation options coming to the city. The Beltline project is exactly what is needed for Atlanta.

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