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Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) representatives have begun visiting local businesses to gather input on the proposed Clifton Corridor light-rail line.They'll continue meeting with businesses located along the corridor through Oct. 19, according to a MARTA news release. The line would provide a link between MARTA's Lindbergh Center Station in Atlanta and the Avondale Station in DeKalb County.MARTA began exploring public transit options along the corridor in 2009. Following a comprehensive analysis of several modes of transit, the agency in 2012 adopted light-rail transit as the locally preferred alternative, according to a project fact sheet.Throughout the planning process, MARTA's Clifton Corridor planning team will continue to inform and educate corridor stakeholders through public forums and community events, agency officials said.
One of the proposed routes for the Clifton Corridor light-rail route.Source: Metropolitan Atlanta Trapid Transit Authority
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