While MARTA has not joined the ranks of those companies requiring all employees to be vaccinated, the agency now requires weekly testing.
RT&S Editor-in-Chief Bill Wilson goes over the top stories of the week.
MARTA, GDOT, and OSHA are all involved in a brawl over MARTA’s safety culture.
The US Senate’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill increases Federal Transit Administration (FTA) funding for MARTA and other transit agencies by 65 percent over previous levels and includes important policy changes that will positively impact transit expansion in the metro Atlanta region.
MARTA makes additional push to engage business owners, residents for historic Campbellton Corridor transit investment
The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) is expanding its outreach efforts to ensure residents, stakeholders and business owners in the Campbellton Road area have an opportunity to weigh in on historic transit investment planned for the corridor.
MARTA says there are gaps in a proposed 22-mile light-rail transit route on the Atlanta Beltline, but some are worried the agency will end up leaving a big hole in transit for the city.
After taking the historic step of establishing a mechanism to annually fund capital transit projects that support economic development priorities throughout the state with HB 511, the [Georgia] General Assembly made its first down payment on that investment.
The Georgia Legislature [yesterday] took the historic step of establishing a mechanism to annually fund capital transit projects that support economic development priorities throughout the state.
Just shy of a month ago, RT&S reported that the Metropolitan Atlanta Transit Authority (MARTA) was beginning “state of good repair” work on it’s heavy rail lines north of the Lindbergh Center, running through Buckhead and Lenox stations.
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