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Friday, November 21, 2008

Transit survey asks how mobility should look

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Literally. The Transit Planning Board — the agency that brought you the regional-transit vision called Concept3 — kindly asks for your help to determine how a more mobile metro Atlanta would look.

Visit this survey the agency created that asks what works and what doesn't. Did a set of railroad tracks look better with or without a commuter rail station? Should downtown Atlanta be served by a bus or light-rail? Should buses run on I-75 or should commuter rail zip along the shoulder?

The board did a commendable job by actually showing how many of the possible solutions to metro Atlanta's traffic woes would actually appear. If you're a fan of what-could-be, it's worth your time to check it out.

(Screenshot from TPB survey)

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