Georgia Racial Breakdown of Population Covington pop 13,118 The Georgia Institute of Technology commonly referred to as Georgia Tech is a public research university and institute of technology in Atlanta Georgia It is part of the University System of Georgia and has satellite campuses in Savannah Georgia; Metz France; Athlone Ireland; Shenzhen China; and Singapore. 10 Education In November 2009 Kia started production in Georgia at the first U.S Kia Motors plant Kia Motors Manufacturing Georgia in West Point Atlanta is home to professional franchises for four major team sports: the Atlanta Braves of Major League Baseball the Atlanta Hawks of the National Basketball Association the Atlanta Falcons of the National Football League and Atlanta United FC of Major League Soccer the Braves who moved to Atlanta in 1966 were established as the Boston Red Stockings in 1871 and are the oldest continually operating professional sports franchise in the United States the Braves won the World Series in 1995 and had an unprecedented run of 14 straight divisional championships from 1991 to 2005 the Braves have a new home as of 2017 having moved from Turner Field to Suntrust Park which is in the Atlanta Metropolitan area 10 miles (16 km) northwest of downtown Atlanta in Cumberland/Galleria Georgia. . Lilburn pop 11,596 Two programs on campus as well have houses on East Campus: the International House (commonly referred to as the I-House); and Women Science and Technology the I-House is housed in 4th Street East and Hayes Women Science and Technology is housed in Goldin and Stein the I-House hosts an International Coffee Hour every Monday night that class is in session from 6 to 7 pm hosting both residents and their guests for discussions. Ridership increased during the first decade of the 21st century after implementation of capital improvements in the NEC and rises in automobile fuel costs the inauguration of the high-speed Acela Express in late 2000 generated considerable publicity and led to major ridership gains However through the late 1990s and very early 21st century Amtrak could not add sufficient express freight revenue or cut sufficient other expenditures to break even by 2002 it was clear that Amtrak could not achieve self-sufficiency but Congress continued to authorize funding and released Amtrak from the requirement in early 2002 David L Gunn replaced Warrington as president In a departure from his predecessors' promises to make Amtrak self-sufficient in the short term Gunn argued that no form of passenger transportation in the United States is self-sufficient as the economy is currently structured Highways airports and air traffic control all require large government expenditures to build and operate coming from the Highway Trust Fund and Aviation Trust Fund paid for by user fees highway fuel and road taxes and in the case of the General Fund from general taxation Gunn dropped most freight express business and worked to eliminate deferred maintenance. . Slovenia (37) ? ? ? ? ?