9:31 am April 17, 2012, by AJC Opinion
Moderated by Tom Sabulis
After years of speculation, the proposed MultiModal Passenger Terminal downtown, slated for the corroded canyon known as the “Gulch,” finally has some life.
Major developers are drawing up a master plan and laying the groundwork for cooperation with the freight rail companies that use existing tracks.
But advocates warn that failure to pass the July 31 referendum on a regional transportation sales tax — even though the terminal is not on the project list — could damage its chances for federal funds.
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