Today, we present several viewpoints on transit in Gwinnett. The County Commission chair writes about lessons learned from the defeated sales tax. An area business developer writes that the defeat of an ill-timed referendum will adversely affect development in the county. And a Georgia Tech professor emeritus writes that technology, not more rails or concrete, can hold the key to solving our traffic problems.
All have valid points, in our view. Their ideas should be considered as Gwinnett plots its next moves for congestion relief.