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cobb gets $18 Million for public Transit – Marietta Daily Journal 4-14-20

Public transit in Cobb County is getting just over $18 million in federal funding to keep services running during the coronavirus pandemic. In total, a little more than $522 million was made available to Georgia transit operators by the Federal Transit Administration under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, according to a…

Fulton Commissioners Discuss FREE MARTA Fare – NorthFUlton.Com Jan 2020

Fulton County Commissioners are exploring FREE fares for MARTA. Per Commissioner Lee Morris, “When you consider the costs of free-to-use streets — to build and maintain roads, police them, and manage signs and signals — the government subsidizes car users far more than it subsidizes transit users.” The full article is here: https://www.northfulton.com/news/fulton-commissioners-explore-free-fares-for-marta/article_6a926b04-36da-11ea-a708-b75e535bfc52.html

Gwinnett County Transit Referendum Vote

On March 19th, 2019, Gwinnett County residents are voting in a special referendum for potential transit expansion into their county. This vote can, and will, shape the county’s transportation, economic, and environmental future. Click below for more information : https://www.ajc.com/news/local-govt–politics/gwinnett-marta-election-reminder-what-you-voting/pTCA2Fo45ArkMBgi7OjU6J/