TOD Transit Rider Survey
Focused primarily on automobile dependent populations using stations located in underinvested neighborhoods primed for ‘catalytic’ TOD...
The TransFormation Alliance is committed to increasing transit and multimodal funding to maintain metro Atlanta’s existing infrastructure, provide access to transit and prepare for future needs. Sparking the innovation that our economy needs to meet growth and new competition will require smart solutions that benefit all residents and employers.
Led by the SouthFace and Enterprise Community Partners, both members of the TransFormation Alliance, the policy committee identifies and aligns policies and existing financial resources to increase the inclusion of affordable housing, retail services and commercial uses into mixedincome developments that are integrated into transit.
The TransFormation Alliance worked to shap the city’s infrastructure bond project list to ensure that priority was given to projects that leverage the MARTA transit system.
Led by two Alliance partners, the Partnership for Southern Equity and Georgia STAND-UP, the citizens in Clayton County were organized into a campaign to pass a one-cent sales tax that would bring MARTA back into the county after five years of no transit service. The Alliance and our partners will continue to engage Clayton residents and elected leaders as they work with MARTA to expand transit service and capture economic benefits around planned transit stops.
The TransFormation Alliance works with community advocates, policy experts, transit providers, and government agencies to reach our goals.
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