Final Clifton Corridor Meeting Tuesday

Final meeting for residents to weigh in on transportation options

Residents will have one last chance on Tuesday evening to weigh in on transportation options that would expand MARTA rail through the Clifton corridor and link Lindbergh Center with , the CDC, Decatur and Avondale Estates.

A final public meeting set for Tuesday evening at the will give residents the opportunity to weigh in on station concepts and rail options.

The transit technology options include bus rapid transit, light rail, heavy rail or a combination of the technologies.

The Clifton Corridor project is one of hundreds of transportation projects on the — if voters approve — when it's placed before them on the 2012 elections ballot.

If you go: The final public meeting will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 25 at from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Emory Conference Center Hotel’s Silverbell Pavilion, 1615 Clifton Rd.

For more information on the Clifton Corridor project, visit the Clifton Corridor portion of the MARTA website.

H.A. Hurley October 25, 2011 at 04:43 PM
Seems to me that NO ONE has studied the sage hill intersection and the traffic that goes thru it. Your plans will do nothing to alleviate that; in fact, it will exacerbate it. We already have GSU, Emory, Kipps school buses, and others traveling down Johnson and parking on Zonolite. This is already a dangerous and difficult intersection for pedestrians and you will make it worse. The impact on the neighborhood will be disastrous. Obviously, you and emory don't care about people or neighborhoods. A Johnson Road resident


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