Our recent page devoted to the public transportation mess in Clayton County prompted some thoughtful replies. Today, a former state highway executive says Clayton needs to establish a privately operated bus system, while a local lawyer discusses how longer commutes — those typically endured by low-income residents — can make job applicants less appealing to potential employers because they impact workplace turnover.
Clayton County can turn things around by Bob Dallas
Lack of transit leads to unemployment by Roland Behm
Response to recent conversation from our readers
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