The economic downturn of the late 2000s led many municipalities to retrench public transit services, often in poorer areas. Richard Duckworth and Alex Karner take an in-depth look at Clayton County, Georgia, where a decade after the cancellation of an important bus service, the efforts of non-profits, community leaders and transit users have led to new public transit services […]
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