Where's MARTA's Money?

The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority is one of the only major transit agencies in the U.S. not to receive state funding, and one reverend is trying to change that.
March 27, 2006, 9am PST | David Gest
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"Rev. Richard Cobble was hinting at a bit of revolution. That's not a surprise. For a pastor, Cobble's civil disobedience streak is mighty long. As a vice president of Concerned Black Clergy of Atlanta, he is one of the few African-Americans in the city to challenge the mostly white transportation establishment."

"Cobble is one of the few voices speaking out for low-income African-Americans in the transportation arena. He's an active member of Friends of the Beltline, and directs the Concerned Black Clergy's efforts to increase spending on public transportation, which is probably more unpopular in the Republican-controlled halls of power now than it ever has been."

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Published on Wednesday, March 22, 2006 in Creative Loafing Atlanta
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