Georgia Governor Nathan Deal signs House Bill 930 at the Georgia State Capitol Thursday. The law allows 13 local counties to raise sales taxes for mass transit, if their voters consent. Gwinnett and Fulton counties already are planning votes. DeKalb and Cobb could be next. ALYSSA POINTER/ALYSSA.POINTER@AJC.COM
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What the transit law means for Metro Atlanta

Gov. Nathan Deal signed House Bill 930 on Thursday, which could dramatically expand transit in Metro Atlanta.

But what does the legislation really mean for Metro Atlanta residents and commuters?

Shortly after Sine Die, Politically Georgia host Greg Bluestein and AJC transportation reporter David Wickert discussed the contents of the legislation that passed at the end of the legislative session.

Jump to the 5:16 mark for the mass transit discussion.

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