One objective was to "engage Dr. Scott in discussions about the effectiveness of her management practices and style," one document stated.
"It's both sad and comical," said Rep. Mike Jacobs, who chairs the state legislative committee that oversees MARTA. "That we need a psychological analysis of the person who, you know, runs such a large operation, both in terms of employees and the number of dollars it handles, is really kind of scary."
Jacobs added when you spend a large amount of money, you expect some results. But there's no indication we'll ever know what those unwritten results were.