Middle Georgia Transportation Problem

You‘re examining transportation issues in Middle Georgia, which will culminate in a written paper that demonstrates not only your skill in writing, but your adeptness in critical thinking and your ability to follow instructions. The premise and requirements for the paper are as follows:

*Middle Georgia’s infrastructure lacks adequate public transportation which is problematic for people, businesses and each of the communities that comprise the region. Hence, students are tasked with analyzing the following:

-What led to the current insufficiency in Middle Georgia for public transportation?

-What factors are intrinsically related to this deficiency?

Data regarding public transportation and vehicles in Middle Georgia.

-What efforts have been implemented by these communities to address the problem?

-How have these issues exacerbated/facilitated the creation of “food deserts”?

-What measures can be executed to rectify the problem?

10 pages in length

A minimum of 5 sources are required!


1-inch margins on all sides.


Indentations for new paragraphs (5 spaces).

Times New Roman, 12- font, page numbers either the bottom center or right corner.

Turabian Documentation/Formatting Style

HYPERLINK “http://www.liberty.edu/academics/casas/academicsuccess/index.cfm?PID=11954” http://www.liberty.edu/academics/casas/academicsuccess/index.cfm?PID=11954

You may use either footnotes or endnotes.(Choose One)

Three-point (minimum) thesis-statement, last or next to the last sentence in the first paragraph(your choice).

You MUST have both an introductory paragraph and a conclusion.

No plagiarism; please check for any issues and resolve them prior to submission. You must stay in the range of 0-14%. Submissions that register over that percentage must be rectified before turning it.

No personal pronouns (I, me, my, mine) or euphemisms referring to oneself (the author, etc.).

Utilize the find icon to search for these terms prior to submitting your document.

A bibliography MUST be included.


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