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In response to a separate question, Plant denied that the price of tickets had increased beyond the reach of many fans.
“We will still sell $7 tickets at SunTrust Park,” he said.
Rep. Stacey Evans expressed concern over the lack of public transportation to the ballpark, especially for concession workers.
Plant said that the team was aware of the issue and planning on providing shuttle service for workers from satellite lots.
Cobb Transportation Director Jim Wilgus also spoke, reassuring the legislative delegation that the county had a “good plan” for traffic.
“It will feel like an extension of the rush hour,” he said.