ATLANTA — Amazon's second headquarters probably won't be coming to Atlanta, and now we may know the reasons for the rejection. 

Amazon said they loved the city's civil rights history, but they had reservations. 

According to 11Alive's news partners at the Atlanta Business Chronicle, the biggest one came from the Delta-Cagle controversy.

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But beyond that, Amazon believes Midtown and the Beltline aren't ideal locations, arguing Midtown is too developed and there isn't enough transportation along the Beltline. 

But before Amazon's reps even toured the city, executives said they were greeted at the airport with a broken-down MARTA train.  

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