Sign Petition

Keep High Speed Rail Out of Inman Park

363 Signatures Goal: 500

In recent weeks GDOT & Amtrak intervened to halt the abandonment of the NE Beltline Rail Corridor which runs through Inman Park, Old Fourth Ward, Freedom Park, Midtown, Piedmont Park and elsewhere. They seek to preserve the right to run high speed heavy passenger trains on this track. Your IPNA Board believes that these actions will not only destroy efforts to develop the Beltline, but also that the noise, pollution and the industrial nature of heavy rail would be devastating to our vibrant historic neighborhood and those around us. Sign our petition to register your opposition for city, state and federal leaders. Please note, a donation is not necessary to sign. Check the Inman Park blog for more information and updates at http://blog.inmanpark.org. We fought a road that tried to divide us; let's join together again and fight this effort to ruin what we have all worked to hard to preserve!

Sponsor

Inman Park Neighborhood Association

Links

www.inmanpark.org http://blog.inmanpark.org

Comment

327

Signatures

  • 6 years ago
    Cynthia Foncha United States
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    Helen F. Parker United States
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    Dan Thompson United States
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    Elizabeth Riehman United States
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    Jennifer Sands United States
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    Jan Hodges United States
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    Katie Dunaway United States
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    Patrick Quattlebaum United States
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    Omar Kenney United States
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    Ann Stephenson United States
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    CLAYHENKEL United States
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    Will Clough United States
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    Tanya Davis United States
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    Camille Jackson United States
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    Pragna Patel United States
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