ATLANTA -- There are strong opinions on both sides for MARTA's proposed Clifton Corridor that would run from Lindbergh Station to Avondale Station, and service light rail passengers traveling to both Emory University and the Centers for Disease Control.

The new line, including nearly nine miles of new track, will cost an estimated $1.2 billion and force some homeowners and business operators to relocate.

Supporters say the line will create new jobs and provide vital access to highly traveled locations. Devin Fehley breaks down the massive cost of this project, while Commuter Dude focuses on the debate.

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