Today’s lineup: As gas tax revenues plummet, metro Atlanta could build its coffers for highway maintenance, repairs and expansion by tolling all its highways, says one columnist. The Georgia Department of Transportation ‘s deputy commissioner reminds us of all the low-cost innovation going on to ease traffic. And a Johns Creek resident writes about his evolution from driver to “clean” commuter. To comment, go to: http://blogs.ajc.com/atlanta-forward/
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