Atlanta Regional Commission Developing 10-County Economic Development Strategy that includes Gwinnett.
Monday, February 20, 2012
The Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC) is developing a Regional Coordinated Economic Development Strategy for the 10-county metro, which includes Gwinnett, Cherokee, Clayton, Cobb, DeKalb, Douglas, Fulton, Fayette, Henry, and Rockdale counties. The ARC has contracted with Market Street Services to conduct a survey to be used in developing the strategy. Your opinions are needed to shape this multi-county initiative. An online survey is now underway to solicit your input. Please click this link and complete the survey before the Feb. 24 deadline.
GDOT removes proposed Duluth Multimodal Transfer Center, Rogers Bridge reconstruction.
Hoping for Gwinnett Light Rail? You might be in luck. New bridges at I-85 and Jimmy Carter Boulevard in Norcross or at I-85 and Pleasant Hill Road in Duluth? You may have to wait longer. A broad, “unconstrained” wish list of transportation projects has been vetted by the Georgia DOT and was delivered Wednesday (June 1) afternoon to the Transportation Investment Act Executive Committee with about 30 Gwinnett projects erased from the slate. The committee, chaired by Norcross Mayor Bucky Johnson, has the challenging task of putting together a final list for voters, who will make the ultimate call in July 2012 on a 10-year, one-penny sales tax for transportation projects. Ten metro Atlanta regions submitted their "wish lists" in April. …