J Along with the rest of the Southeast Georgia's population continues to grow rapidly with primary gains concentrated in urban areas the population of the Atlanta metropolitan area added 1.23 million people (24 percent) between 2000 and 2010 and Atlanta rose in rank from the eleventh-largest metropolitan area in the United States to the ninth-largest. . The Georgia Institute of Technology is one of the most prominent public universities in the nation; it is a major research university in Midtown that consistently ranks among the nation's top ten public universities it offers highly ranked degree programs in engineering design business administration the sciences and architecture; . Board of Commissioners, 6.2 Literature QS 72 Beach volleyball (2), In 2005 Amtrak's carbon dioxide equivalent emissions were 0.411 lbs/mi (0.116 kg per km) for comparison this is similar to a car with two people about twice as high as the UK rail average (where much more of the system is electrified) about four times the average US motorcoach and about eight times a Finnish electric intercity train or fully loaded fifty-seat coach it is however about two thirds of the raw CO2-equivalent emissions of a long-distance domestic flight.
The Georgia Institute of Technology is one of the most prominent public universities in the nation; it is a major research university in Midtown that consistently ranks among the nation's top ten public universities it offers highly ranked degree programs in engineering design business administration the sciences and architecture; ! . High-speed rail Liberia (5), Field hockey (2) Brian McCann bats for Atlanta in July 2007. Jezebel Partly confusion is because the region maintains the historic nomenclature of each county naming its roads for the towns they connect with in surrounding counties Thus from Dallas to Roswell Georgia 120 is Marietta Highway to the Paulding/Cobb county line is Dallas Highway to the city of Marietta Whitlock Avenue to the town square South Park Square for just one city block Roswell Street to Cobb Parkway (at the Big Chicken) Roswell Road to the Cobb/Fulton county line and finally Marietta Street to the town square in Roswell Further confusion is from the arbitrary location of state routes by the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) so that they travel an erratic path requiring several turns by drivers instead of traveling the original straight route; and the renaming of roads by state legislators to honor their friends, 1.3.13 2014: Losing season Transportation 5.6 Energy use and production Repurposed industrial architecture; Penn Central Railroad's employee publication announcing the inauguration of Amtrak on May 1 1971 Penn Central Amtrak routes are shown!