There is no PublicTransportation In Clayton County GA, Many families do not own vehicles or are unable to afford repairs to keep their vehicles on the road, stores are not within walking distance, there is a lack of job opportunities within clayton county so many parents are unable to find work because of lack of transportation something needs to be done for the citizens to allow them to get to and from work , By providing Public Transportation to Clayton County you will allow room for growth, retail owners will profit, new businesses will be pleased to bring their services to clayton county, job opportunities will increase and the county as a whole will do a lot better than what it is doing now.
There are millions be provided to re-design football fields, make add ons in other counties why not put some of that money towards providing this neccessity to the citizens of Clayton County.
(wikipedia excerpt)----->There is commuter rail service in the planning stages along the Norfolk Southern line, with proposed stations in Forest Park, Morrow, Jonesboro, and initially ending at Lovejoy. This line is projected to run to Macon eventually. However, it has been repeatedly stalled by the Georgia General Assembly, despite having federal funding already available for it.
The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority's Airport station is located just barely in Clayton. Buses from Clayton feed into MARTA rail stations in Fulton (College Park and East Point). Clayton is one of three counties with representation on the MARTA board, but no rail service, since voters refused to approve the 1% sales tax needed to fund it.