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ATLANTA OFFICIALS WORK ON RAIL SYSTEM FOR '96 GAMES
Published October 21, 1994
LS Transit Systems consultant Stanley Feinsod "expressed optimism" yesterday about a proposed commuter rail system in GA. In a meeting with the Georgia Rail Passenger Authority (GRPA), Feinsod "declined to say whether his report would recommend the state start the service." Feinsod will submit the $2M completed report to the GRPA in December. State Rep. Terry Coleman, chair of the House Appropriations Committee, told the GRPA this week that "he would like to see 'demonstration' lines up and running" from Savannah to Atlanta and Athens to Atlanta by the '96 Olympics (David Goldberg, ATLANTA CONSTITUTION, 10/21).