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Atlanta Forward: Transportation

No one knows our city streets like the people who live on them. So how do you want them to look in 10 years, or 20, in terms of walkability and traffic flow? Today, an expert pedestrian advocate writes about what it takes for a community to accomplish some of the basics. In our other columns, a downtown worker sings the praises of the Cobb County commuter bus, and a bank executive explains why local corporations are committing big bucks to the Atlanta Beltline.

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