Gwinnett County residents love their cars. That shouldn’t surprise anyone, but the point is being driven home at a series of meetings for citizens to give input on transportation plans. The second of six in the series was Thursday at Snellville City Hall, and county transportation director Alan Chapman again heard the same message.

Through a series of interactive exercise, about 100 or so citizens picked new roads over expanded transit. 

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