Nine months after the T-SPLOST’s defeat, the Atlanta region is still grappling for a doable “Plan B” to begin reducing the traffic congestion that affects us all. Some counties are starting to talk about ways to work together on smaller-scale transportation improvements. Meanwhile, voters remain leery of big, costly solutions, yet indicate a willingness to pay for solutions they think will work.
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