When all the votes were tallied, taxpayers left little doubt how they felt about any more taxes — even if it was to relieve Georgia's major traffic problems. But saying "no" is one thing, deciding what to do about it going forward is another.
Patch columnist Jeff Allen gave his suggestions in his latest column ." However, solving Atlanta's traffic problems definitely requires someone to bring their A game to the table. The problem is in the current economy people are already financially strapped and asking them for more money, no matter what you call it, isn't going to work — at least right now.
So what are the options? In the absence of TSPLOST funding, how do you suggest your elected officials solve the transportation problems? What is your Plan B?