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MARTA in Clayton Posters and Fliers

They are here! Great new ways to get the word out about the Clayton election on November 2.

Please help us get the word out!

The November 2 election is a powerful way to send a message in favor of quality bus and rail projects.

Please click on the links below to print out posters and fact sheets:

Clayton Fact Sheet

Vote for Transit Poster

New York Times on Clayton Transit

The loss of transit service in Clayton County continues to garner national attention.

Click here to see the New York Times article.

This terrible situation has a solution. Clayton County can vote in a non-binding referendum to join MARTA. A majority "Yes" vote would support efforts to bring a binding vote on rail and bus later.

Please support the effort to bring rail and bus to Clayton County.

Please Take Action to Bring Bus and Rail to Clayton County

PLEASE CLICK HERE TO TAKE ACTION THROUGH GEORGIA ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION NETWORK

Clayton County Commissioners must act quickly to give voters a binding vote on new bus and rail service.

The Problem: Georgians need permanent ways to get out of traffic, improve air quality, and reduce dependence on oil. Expanding rail and bus options would attract walkable economic development and give Georgians travel choices other than cars.

Will Clayton County Let Voters Decide on MARTA?

July 20, 2010: No vote on MARTA in Clayton on this day. House Bill 1446 called for July 20 vote, but the bill was not signed 60 days in advance of election as required by law. So vote is delayed until November.

November 2, 2010: Clayton County voters will give their opinion in a non-binding poll whether to join MARTA. The Clayton County Board of Commissioners has the power to allow voters a real vote with force of law in November instead of just a poll, but commissioners indicate they will not allow this.

Vote for Transit in Clayton County Fundraiser

Date: Wednesday, June 16th, 2010

Time: 6:30pm

Location: Shout! Restaurant

Directions:
1197 Peachtree St. NE
Atlanta, Ga 30361

This November, Clayton County will vote on a referendum to join MARTA. We need to get the word out to Clayton voters about the benefits of passing this referendum, and send a message to the rest of metro Atlanta that both bus and rail options are finally on the way!

Clayton County Commuter Rail Closer to Reality

ATLANTA - Mass transit advocates are celebrating Governor Sonny Perdue's signature of a bill that will allow a Clayton County vote on whether to invest a one cent sales tax in rail and bus service.

The Governor's office announced late Friday that Perdue had signed House Bill 1446.

“I am excited for the people of Clayton County and for all of us in Georgia,” said Lee Biola, president of Citizens for Progressive Transit. “Commuter rail stations would support town centers that are walkable and livable. This would give people a reliable way out of traffic.”

Please Sign Up for Action Alerts

Key votes on public transit are about to take place.

Citizens for Progressive Transit has joined the Georgia Environmental Action Network. This is a great way to let elected officials know you care about public transit.

The network makes it easier to learn about the issues and contact your elected officials.

Please click here to sign up for Action Alerts.

When prompted, please be sure to indicate that you are a friend of "Citizens for Progressive Transit."

"Transportation Choice in 2010" Election Training

Date: Saturday, March 27th, 2010

Time: 9:30am to 11:30am

Location: Central Presbyterian Church, 201 Washington Street

It\'s an election year. Candidates are coming to ask for votes.

Help make 2010 the year candidates for Governor commit to transit, bicycle and pedestrian improvements.

We need every candidate we can get to support transportation alternatives.

Help us get commitments from every candidate!
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