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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority
, the average total daily ridership for the system (bus and rail) was 482,500 passengers. - Source: Wikipedia
The start of a new Atlanta streetcar system appears to be delayed, and emails obtained by a newspaper show it will likely cost significantly more to operate than first thought.
Leaders of Atlanta's public transportation system say train service will continue running on a delayed schedule while the region grapples with freezing rain and frigid temperatures.
Leaders of Atlanta's public transportation system say bus service will be canceled and rail service will run on a weekend schedule as snow and ice move into the region.
Metro Atlanta's rapid transit system is operating most bus and train service on Friday after it was limited due to this week's ice and snow storm.
Metro Atlanta's rapid transit system plans a modified schedule for rail lines Thursday and will operate some bus routes.
Leaders of Atlanta's public transportation system say trains are running on a modified schedule and bus service has been suspended.
After a rare snow stopped Atlanta-area commuters in their tracks - forcing many to hunker down in cars overnight or seek other shelter - helicopters were being used to spot stranded drivers so rescuers could get food and water to them.
Atlanta's public transit system has suspended 500 passengers as part of its crackdown on unruly behavior.
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