Transportation

Clifton Corridor Transit Initiative Scoping Meetings

first mtg is tonight: 6pm - 8pm / Westminister Presbyterian Church / 1438 Sheridan Rd, NE

The Clifton Corridor Transit Initiative is MARTA's proposed light rail line linking the Lindbergh and Avondale Stations.  It will provide rail service to one of the region's most congested areas - and biggest job centers - serving Emory University & Hospital, CDC, Children's Heatlhcare, and VA Hospital.    [READ MORE]

Light rail for Clifton Corridor - public meetings

From Laura Douglas-Brown in the Emory Report: "Two public meetings set for early December are among the next steps in a multi-year effort to bring light rail transit to the Clifton corridor, including stops convenient to the Emory campus, Emory University Hospital and the CDC...." [Read more.]

District 2 update 9/4/14

From District 2 Commissioner Jeff Rader: BOC agenda; MARTA repairs and temporary schedule adjustments.

MARTA survey

From District 2 Commissioner Jeff Rader: In an effort to transform MARTA for future growth in the Atlanta region, the Authority is in the midst of investigating ways to improve access to bus, rail and Mobility (paratransit) services. Dubbed the Comprehensive Operations Analysis (COA), this initiative involves feedback from employees, current customers and the general public.  Please take a moment to complete a short online survey on what improvements you’d like to see in MARTA’s rail and bus service. 

County adopts bike-friendly transportation plan

From Bike Emory: " The DeKalb County Board of Commissioners has adopted aComplete Streets Policy as a part of its new Comprehensive Transportation plan. What does this mean for bicyclists? Simply put, DeKalb now has a policy stating that “all roadway projects, both new construction and retrofit/reconstruction projects, consi

Regional transportation plan survey

From the Atlanta Regional Commission: "[T]he Atlanta Regional Commission ... would like to give commuters the opportunity to share their feedback on the Atlanta Transportation Regional Plan 2040. This survey serves as a tool to learn what issues commuters think are most important in their regions. You participation is encouraged as this step weighs heavily on the planning process of the Regional Plan.

County Transportation Plan ready for public comment

From the interim CEO's office: The DeKalb County Transportation Plan is Intended to Identify Goals, Needs, and Priorities for the Transportation System.  The public is invited to review the draft Comprehensive Transportation Plan and to submit comments during the 30 day comment period which ends on May 9, 2014. Click here to access the draft plan or visit http://www.dekalbtransportationplan2014.com. Physical copies of the document can also be reviewed at the following locations:

Atlanta Regional Commission Pop-Up Open House

Event Date and Time: 
01/11/2014 - 3:00pm - 5:00pm

From the Decatur Minute: The Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC) is hosting a new style of informational gathering here in Decatur on Saturday, January 11 from 3 – 5 p.m.  They will transform the vacant storefront under Eddie’s Attic at 515 N. McDonough St. into a come-and-go community meeting.  The topic is the latest update to the $61 billion Regional Transportation Plan (RTP), metro Atlanta’s framework for mobility and prosperity.  ARC invites the community to come learn about transportation choices, ask questions and give them some critical input about how to make these kinds of important meetings more fun, informative and engaging.

County transportation plan documents and survey

From the county Transportation Plan website: November Online Public Meeting Documents.  Please download the online presentation slides, project maps, and project list to see what is being proposed. After reviewing the material, please use the survey link to tell us your preferences!

County seeks transportation plan feedback

From the county CEO's office: 2014 Transportation Plan Community Meetings.  You told us what we could do to improve transportation in DeKalb and we listened! Now we need your input on some draft solutions. Please join us at one of the community workshops, at the DeKalb Neighborhood Summit or participate in an interactive online meeting to learn more about the plan and to share your ideas.

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