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MultiModal Passenger Terminal (MMPT)

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The Georgia Department of Transportation (the Department), in partnership with the Federal Transit Administration (FTA), continues to work on the required Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the proposed Georgia MultiModal Passenger Terminal (MMPT). The EIS is scheduled to be finalized in 2015. Working with FTA, the Department is making revisions and scheduling releases of the Draft EIS to partnering agencies for review. In accordance with federal environmental statutes, a signed EIS is required before the MMPT project moves into the development stage. As such, during the time leading up to the approval of the environmental document, the Department and the key partners will continue to work together to determine development options for the proposed MMPT.

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President Obama announced that the Georgia MMPT is a nationally and regionally significant infrastructure project that has been included in the White House’s We Can’t Wait initiative. An Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) is ongoing and the White House’s announcement raises the priority of the Georgia MMPT’s project. In collaboration with the Master Developer – Forest City/Integral/Cousins (FIC), the environmental team has been collecting existing conditions data for several months. With the development of three conceptual designs, the next phase of environmental study will include analysis of the project’s alternatives and the assessment of the potential impact on the natural, cultural, social, and physical environment. The public is encouraged to stay engaged by attending meetings and by connecting via facebook and/or twitter.

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There are several ways to stay informed and provide feedback on the MMPT project.

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Derrick Cameron
Georgia Department of Transportation
600 West Peachtree Street
Atlanta, GA 30308
(404) 631-1223 | (404) 631-1588 (fax)

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