During the May 24 primary election, Atlanta voters will have the opportunity to vote on Moving Atlanta Forward, which includes three ballot measures that will provide $750 million over the … Continue Reading →
Info on MARTA and TSPLOST Ballot Measures
City of Atlanta residents may have the opportunity to vote on two ballot questions this November that could bring significant changes to how people travel around and across the city. Decisions … Continue Reading →
Frequently Asked Questions & Answers Post-TSPLOST
Q: What happens to the Atlanta BeltLine projects on the Transportation Referendum list? A: Transit on the Atlanta BeltLine will still be built out as part of a larger modern … Continue Reading →
The Atlanta BeltLine Forges Ahead
Thank you for voting in yesterday’s referendum. As the sun rises on another day of progress for the Atlanta BeltLine, the project endures as the single most compelling vision for … Continue Reading →
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 … Continue Reading →
Atlanta Journal-Constitution and Many More Endorse Transportation Referendum
Following the endorsement of Creative Loafing last week, today, the AJC gave a full throated endorsement of the July 31 Regional Transportation Referendum. Here are some excerpts: Think about this. … Continue Reading →
Events around town for Saturday, July 28, Referendum and non-Referendum.
This is the final weekend before the July 31 Regional Transportation Referendum, or TSPLOST, and there are several events happening across the City, both TSPLOST-related and non-TSPLOST related. Here’s the … Continue Reading →
Transportation Referendum Less Than 90 Days Away – Are You Up To Speed?
Metro Atlanta is approaching a pivotal moment in its history – will you be a part of it? The July 31 Regional Transportation Referendum is less than 90 days away. If approved, it would be the largest single transportation investment in the Metro Region’s history.