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A bus service that costs $10 million per year to run yet only brings in $2 million per year in fares shows that more than "social justice" and a covenant is necessary to maintain a certain standard of living.
I have empathy for the working class people of the county who will be disconnected from their places of employment upon the shutdown. There are several private bus services in nearby Dekalb County that are fighting over the very same route, up and down Buford Highway. It would be good if at least one of them diverted their vehicles to service the demand on "Tara Blvd" and "GA Hwy 85". They would have more passengers from this service as the sole provider on this route than they are presently getting by being one of three options on Buford Hwy.