These days, the governor drives Georgia road planning
On June 6, 2012, Joe Earle, Editor of the “Reporter Newspapers” provided this preface to the main article.
“Dunwoody resident Bob Dallas writes an occasional column for Reporter Newspapers and www.ReporterNewspapers.net called “Dallas On Transportation” or “DOT.” Dallas headed the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety under former Gov. Sonny Perdue. He will answer questions about public policy on transportation and related needs. Direct questions to him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
From Bob Dallas’ article:
“In other words, unlike any time in recent memory, the governor will decide where and how new roads of significance will be built and operated in Georgia. While all existing roads may lead to Rome; in Georgia, all new roads lead to the governor.”
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