How do you feel about the July referendum that would fund $8.5 billion in transportation improvements through a regional 1 percent sales tax?
"Stuff costs money. People get mad about taxes, but I feel like even before I moved to Atlanta, people told me 'Don't move to Atlanta, there's too much traffic.' Roads going east-west are horrible. We need some way to get here and there. I'm willing to pay for it."
-- Lauren Misrahi, Suwanee
"They could probably find another way to do it rather than reaching in all of our pockets. I'm not so for it, but if there isn't an alternative that is better, I'm OK with it. I think we all pay a lot of taxes."
-- Terrie Berto, Lawrenceville
"I think we have enough taxes right now. I think they can find a way to take care of the problems without raising the taxes anymore."
-- Bill Campbell, Stone Mountain
"I'm from the north and we're full of toll roads. Having no toll roads down here is bizarre. I'm from Philadelphia and you go to the beach and it costs you 10 bucks in tolls, and if you cross the bridge it costs four bucks. I hate taxes, but I hate traffic, too. We support it, we want less traffic. Anything for less traffic."
-- Stephanie Tierney, Sugar Hill
"I'd probably be against it because I don't think they would follow through with what they say. I don't know if anything would help the congestion around Atlanta. I feel like any time they make some kind of improvement, they make the improvement, it attracts people, which adds more people to our roadways, and it just makes us have to fix the problem again. I wish it would, but I don't think it's truly going to fix the problem."
-- Christina Kent, Buford