October 3, 2010 by staff
Marta, The tariffs for the transit of Atlanta, MARTA, will increase this weekend. Recent budget cuts have caused changes in the service and the routes of the combination of several. Transit across Georgia are suffering from a severe lack of funds and an economy in crisis, state officials say.
William Mecke with the Regional Transit Authority of Georgia said that there is little hope of getting more state funding.
“What the State can still be seen. It is a difficult year for everyone. As everyone knows that the economy has not been kind to Georgia. Has been, until this point, the responsibility of county and county have been better to step up and fulfill their duties. ”
developments MARTA fares start on Sunday. Weekly tickets and monthly tickets will increase to 15 children and 17 and only two instead of four, will be allowed free travel.
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