Wednesday, July 23, 2014  

Support smart transportation planning in Georgia.

You can take action on this alert by reading the information below and following the directions at the bottom.


Governor Perdue is soliciting public comment on the transportation challenges facing Georgia. Strong public support for expanding transit options, bike paths and sidewalks will show Governor Perdue that Georgians want more transportation choices.


In this year's State of the Air Report published by the American Lung Association, Augusta, Columbus, Macon and Rome joined the Atlanta area on the list of 25 worst U.S. cities for year-round fine particle pollution - a pollutant linked to respiratory and heart diseases and even premature death. Roadways are a major source of particle pollution and with gas prices at record highs, Georgians want alternatives to driving to save money and avoid unhealthy commutes.

With rising gas prices, more and more residents choose transit. Many people, however, have no good transit options for getting to their places of work and recreation. Show your support for transit solutions to congestion, high gas prices and unhealthy air.

Please note, this action will require you to fill out a form on the IT3 web site. Just click Send below, and you'll get the link with further instructions.

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Your message will be sent to each of the following targets:

IT3 Team
A sample message appears below, which you may edit before sending.

Click Send below for further instructions and the IT3 survey form link.

On the survey form, there are two questions that enable you to list transit, bike paths and sidewalks as solutions to congestion. You may also select "specify your own value" and type in a personal response to the two questions about congestion.

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