MARTA of tomorrow: CEO shares vision for company's future
by Ross Williams
December 30, 2015 01:37 PM | 0 0 comments | 236 236 recommendations | email to a friend
MARTA CEO Keith Parker announced a host of planned improvements to the metro area’s transit system during his third annual state of MARTA address Thursday at the Crown Plaza Hotel in Midtown. “We expect that MARTA will change the conversation, leading the way in innovation and technological advancements as we prepare ourselves to compare with any other train system,” he said. Among the improvements he announced were the ability to pay fares using smart phones, and Wi-Fi on every tra...
Lobbyist to Fulton County: keep eye on train, health, new city bills
Former state representative Ed Lindsey returned to the Capitol this year as an employee of the Thompson Victory Group lobbying firm. He has been hired to represent Fulton County’s interests to the ...
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North Fulton heroin epidemic prompts nuanced law enforcement approach
Last week, the Neighbor reported on a group founded by parents of children killed by opioids dedicated to fighting addiction and overdoses. Georgia Overdose Prevention worked to pass laws that shie...
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Teacher Pay
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Should Georgia's teachers make more money?