The mayor of Nashville, Tenn., this week unveiled a $5.2 billion transportation framework for the city and Middle Tennessee, a proposal voters will decide next year.
The International Towing & Recovery Hall of Fame has inducted five towing industry veterans into its Hall of Fame.
Stephen Mitchell has spent more than 20 years in production roles at agencies across Atlanta. Now, the long-time member of the city’s advertising community is ready to make a difference by helping connect top job seekers and companies looking for talent.
Before joining Hire Profile in 2015, Leslie Curl spent more than 20 years in a variety of marketing leadership positions at technology, telecommunications, hospitality and retail companies.
LGE Community Credit Union is ditching its monthly $10 surcharge refund when using non-LGE ATMs, the financial institution said today.
Mitch Skyer, president of Passio Technologies, has been named chairman of the Bylaws Committee for the Georgia Transit Association (GTA).
A jury in Georgia has ruled CSX must pay $3.9 million for their role in the death of a film. Sarah Jones was killed on Feb. 20, 2014, after a CSX train struck her on a trestle near Doctortown.
Integrating transit data into non-traditional transit social media platforms is a key to expanding public transit ridership in Atlanta and cities nationwide, the president of an industry-leading transit technology firm told a business association here.
PARKatlanta is no more.
The president Atlanta-based Passio Technologies will address the Buckhead Business Association on June 22.