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The Sierra Club supports transit projects such as the Atlanta BeltLine, commuter rail such as the rail line from Macon to Athens through Atlanta and expanded statewide support for transit including operating funds in addition to capital funds. Transportation is a huge source of carbon emissions, and commuters fighting traffic congestion need choices.

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Commuter RAIL Campaign
Public transit can serve as an environmentally-friendly alternative to sprawl-inducing highways, traffic jams, and air pollution, but too often our elected officials favor building more roads over supporting buses, subways, and light rail systems.

Contact: David Emory at or call (404)-607-1262 x-225.

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