By Everett Catts @NeighborEverett
The Metro Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority is expected to restore its bus service to all 110 routes April 24 after it was decreased drastically in the past year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The previous April, the transit organization reduced its service to only 41 routes as part of its essential service plan due to the outbreak, and since then has restored a dozen routes to increase service to 53 total. As such, it’s received complaints from residents across Fulton County and even their cities’ mayors — from Alpharetta to Palmetto — about the impact that decision has had on them.
Read the full article by Everett Catts on the The Neighbor website HERE.