Georgia Readies at Least $324 Million To Help Reduce Atlanta-Area Gridlock

DeSue, Tedra
September 2003
Bond Buyer;9/5/2003, Vol. 345 Issue 31713, p3
Trade Publication
Reports that Georgia is gearing up to sell at least $324 million of bonds in October 2003 to finance transportation projects to relieve traffic congestion in the Atlanta and surrounding areas of the state. Information that state Governor Sonny Perdue released details of the division of proceeds from the sale of guaranteed revenue bonds among countries; Assertion that traffic congestion in Atlanta, Georgia area is nearly unbearable; Details of utilization of funds.


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