Project outcomes focus on improving access to jobs, education, and training opportunities; supporting economic development in Clayton County; and increasing independence and quality of life for citizens with limited or no transportation options.
Over a four-month period, nearly 4,000 citizens provided input by participating in public involvement activities and workshops. On November 4, 2014, 74% of Clayton County citizens voted in favor of a one-cent sales tax increase and becoming part of MARTA. As of August 2015, there are 7 active bus routes in Clayton County. Full bus service will be available by July 2016. A portion of the tax revenues will be set aside for future rail service.