The topic of T-SPLOST and the vote by Georgians on Tuesday, July 31 is a discussion still going on. Veronica Waters, the morning news anchor on KISS 104.1 FM recently interviewed Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed about the controversial issue. The T-SPLOST is a one-cent regional sales tax to raise money for a list of transportation projects.
Listen to the interview on the stations website and hear Mayor Kasim Reed discuss the T-SPLOST and impact on transportation in Atlanta and the regions. Scott Slade from WSB Radio joined Veronica Waters in the KISS 104.1 FM studio for Q&A with Mayor Reed.
Visit the website on T-SPLOST which stands for Transportation Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax for background on the issue that will be voted on next Tuesday. There is no doubt the Atlanta commute needs work. There are companies who take into account moving their headquarters to Atlanta due to the traffic congestion.
There will be a lot to think about when casting your vote on July 31 in order to improve the traffic pattern and flow into the City of Atlanta and neighboring regions. In the interview with KISS 104.1 FM, Mayor Kasim Reed makes good points about helping to ease the traffic troubles that many commuters face most days on the interstates.
The Atlanta Beltline has been a transportation project that simply has not gone anywhere and the suburbs to the City of Atlanta would definitely be a wonderful addition to help communities get into the city for jobs, entertainment and sports venues without getting into their cars.
This is a great interview with Mayor Kasim Reed on the T-SPLOST issue coming up. Get ready for even more coverage next week.