What the Region’s Transit System Can Become if TSPLOST is Approved

The most recent addition to Atlanta’s rail transit system took place in 2000 with the construction of the North Springs and Sandy Springs MARTA stations. The presentation below shows the big picture of what our regional rail transit system can become if the July 31 Regional Transportation Referendum is approved (best viewed in full screen mode):

The Regional Transportation Referendum would raise $8.5 billion over 10 years with 52 percent of the regional project list dedicated to transit. See the full project list on this interactive map and read more about how it would impact the Atlanta BeltLine.

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