The Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) will conduct a series of Public Information Open Houses concerning the Georgia MultiModal Passenger Terminal (MMPT) Environmental Impact Statement (EIS). The meetings will gauge public opinion on the scope of the EIS and the project’s potential purpose, need and impact. The open houses will include interactive stations for the public to learn about the next steps of the Georgia MMPT project, including Land Use and Transportation, Environment, and Alternatives. The setting will be informal; there will be no formal presentations and identical information will be presented at each meeting, including graphics and overlay area maps. The public is invited to attend anytime during the hours below:
April 24: 4 – 7 p.m.,
Georgia Railroad Freight Depot, The Freight Room, 65 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, SE, Atlanta;
May 1: 11a.m. – 2 p.m.,
Georgia State University Student Center, Court Salon, 44 Gilmer Street, Atlanta;
May 3: 4 – 7 p.m.,
Antioch Baptist Church North, 540 Cameron M. Alexander Boulevard, NW, Atlanta.
For further details on the meetings, or to learn more about the Georgia MMPT project, visit: www.dot.ga.gov/mmpt.