This project, completed in 2007, was my Master's Thesis project at Georgia Tech. The thesis begins with an overview of Atlanta’s public transit plans, using the Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC) Mobility 2030 Regional Transportation Plan as a base, while including plans of Georgia Regional Transportation Authority (GRTA), Atlanta Streetcar, Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA), the Beltline, and many others. GIS shapefiles were obtained from each agency for overlay and analysis, culminating in a comprehensive overview of all public transit planned for 2030. Areas where future mode transfer may occur (e.g. current MARTA rail station meeting future Beltline stop) were identified, and proposals were developed to make these “public transit transfer points” efficient, cost-effective and enjoyable for the pedestrian experience of first/last mile connectivity. VDM Publishing and Georgia Tech have published the thesis; it is available on amazon.com and as a download on Georgia Tech's website.