Georgia House of Representatives

Republican

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​    I visited many of our Gwinnett citizens before the beginning of this session.     People told me they would take public transportation if it were more                 available. It needs to be easily accessible and an attractive alternative to           driving.


    Light rail and other innovative alternatives are important. Neighboring             states recently took advantage of federal funding because of plans for rail         transportation.


    Solving Gwinnett's traffic woes is a matter of setting priorities and good             planning.  The overpasses on 316 have been a blessing, but they are a                 beginning.  Incentives for innovative transportation would keep us                       competitive.  


    Traffic relief is a must to attract both citizens and industry.  This area can         become the technology center of the southeast.