MARTA seeks input on proposals for I-20 corridor

MARTA seeks input on proposals for I-20 corridor

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ATLANTA (AP) - Atlanta's metro transit authority is inviting the community to learn about proposed transit projects in the I-20 East Transit initiative.

MARTA plans to hold open houses on the projects later this month. The meetings will give participants a chance to review the locally preferred alternative that has been identified based on study, public input and preliminary findings from environmental studies.

The open houses will begin with include a formal presentation and then a question & answer session.

The sessions are set to run from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. They will be held: on June 24 at Atlanta City Hall; on June 25 at Porter Sanford III Performing Arts and Community Center in Decatur; and on June 27 at Lou Walker Senior Center in Lithonia.

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