Want more bike lanes, more sidewalks, more roads, or MARTA in Gwinnett? Then, it's time to speak up.
Input from residents could help Gwinnett leaders create a strategic framework for the county's future transportation needs. Thousands of Gwinnett residents, workers and passersby will be asked to participate in a wide-ranging conversation about transportation in the county.
The project, called the Great Exchange, is not government funded or even government initiated, but the responses could steer leaders toward the most popular proposals.
The campaign comes as the county plans to spend $1.25 million to update its transportation plan over the next 18 months. To learn more about how to lend your voice to the conversation, read today's story on MyAJC.com by staff writer Arielle Kass.