Atlanta TSA could soon be nixed

March 21, 2016 Charles Bailey 3

There could be a new uniform paired with those surgical gloves that pat you down at the airport. The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is in danger of losing its contract with Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport (HJIA), […]


Will city give ParkAtlanta the boot?

February 10, 2016 Dominique Times 0

State Sen. Vincent Fort just dropped a new bill that could have everyone’s favorite parking enforcement agency, ParkAtlanta, driven outta town. Fort told The Signal that ParkAtlanta has spent its tenure in the city preying […]

Campus News

Weekly news briefs: Feb. 1

February 1, 2016 Editor-in-Chief 0

Local Atlanta Beltline creates an agreement with APS Atlanta Public Schools and the Atlanta Beltline sparked a deal that would ensure that the Beltline would have funding and the school district will get their share […]


Panthers hopeful for bike paths

September 30, 2015 Sean Keenan 1

Georgia State cyclists are hoppin’ curbs and cruisin’ sidewalks. But [for the most part] they’re not doing this to piss off pedestrians. They just need more bike lanes. Georgia State senior Jeff McKeon approached The […]


GRTA unveils new bus service plan

September 9, 2015 Charles Bailey 0

New bus routes from Gwinnett, Forsyth and Cobb counties will let patrons have another transit option to and from Perimeter Center, one of metro Atlanta’s fastest growing employment centers. The Georgia Regional Transportation Authority (GRTA) […]

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