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ATLANTA — A recent study found that metro Atlanta’s biggest concern was the region’s transportation issues, which include access to public transportation, traffic, bicycle and pedestrian access, and other problems, WABE reports.

Forty-four percent of respondents to the study, which was conducted by the Atlanta Regional Commission and Neighborhood Nexus, said expanding public transit would be the best long-term solution, while 31% said the best solution would be to improve roads and highways and 16% said Atlanta should "develop communities in which people live close to where they work." For the full story, click here.

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