The Transportation Investment Act puts the future of Georgia’s transportation in the voters’ hands. The law divides the state into 12 regions for the purpose of voting on a one percent sales tax to fund transportation projects in that region. All revenues collected in a region stay in that region. In the Atlanta region, 15 percent of funds are sent directly to local governments to fund local transportation projects, while 85 percent of funds support a list of regional projects created by local elected officials.

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