MARTA Wants Input on GA 400 Transportation, Transit Needs
The agency's Connect 400 Transit Initiative will be the subject of a breakfast forum with invited community and business leaders next week.
A week from today a breakfast forum will be held on MARTA's Connect 400 Transit Initiative at the Greater North Fulton Chamber of Commerce.
The meeting on Aug. 30 will provide community and business leaders with an overview of the study and will obtain their input on transportation needs and solutions in this fast-growing area of the Atlanta region, according to forum organizers.
The North Fulton Community Improvement District and chamber of commerce, in partnership with MARTA, will host the meeting for community and business leaders in the GA 400 Corridor on Thursday, Aug. 30 from 9 to 10:30 a.m.
Connect 400 is an 18-month study of the GA 400 corridor, from I-285 north to McGinnis Ferry Road. The study will begin to identify the needs and begin to look at alternatives for more high-capacity transit in the corridor.
Visit the Connect 400 website for more information.