Lantern Parade

More than 10,000 people lit the Eastside Trail with lanterns at the 2013 Lantern Parade.
Photo Credit: Sinan Sinharoy

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posted in Get Involved // 04/30/12
Over 600 runners and walkers rocked the Atlanta BeltLine’s Northside Trail this past Saturday, April 28, 2012 for our second annual Northside 5k race! The course started in Tanyard Creek Park and wound through the beautiful Collier Hills, Collier Hills North, and Ardmore Park neighborhoods. Runners and walkers started arriving at 7 a.m. for warm-ups, announcements, […] Read more
posted in Get Involved, Trails // 04/28/12
Have you ever wished for regular walking tours of the Atlanta BeltLine? A new program is in the works! Trees Atlanta is looking for volunteers to share the story of the Atlanta BeltLine Arboretum during regular walks along the corridor! These volunteer docents* will be specially trained to enhance the visitors’ experience along our linear greenspace. They will also lead projects […] Read more
posted in Transportation Referendum // 04/27/12
As the Regional Transportation Referendum approaches on July 31, we want to give you a closer look at the projects that would expand the regional rail transit system as part of the Atlanta BeltLine and Streetcar. In this post, we’re looking at the southern terminus of the new transit line on the west side of […] Read more
posted in Volunteer Spotlight // 04/25/12
Since Ryan Gravel first dreamt up the concept of the Atlanta BeltLine in 1999, the project has relied on grassroots supporters. We all know what that means: volunteers. Lots of volunteers. In this blog series, we take a moment to highlight some of the incredible people who give tirelessly to the Atlanta BeltLine purely out […] Read more
Here at the Atlanta BeltLine, we are proud of the grassroots origins of this incredible project. This post is the first in a series called “Community Love” and is all about ways in which people in the community independently incorporate the Atlanta BeltLine into their lives through art, education and other creative and socially conscious […] Read more
What will the Transportation Referendum mean for the City of Atlanta? Attend a special upcoming Atlanta BeltLine Study Group meeting in your area to learn  more. Northeast Study Group Meeting When: Thursday, May 10, 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Where: Martin Luther King Jr. Recreation Center, 90 Boulevard Avenue, 30312   Southeast Study Group Meeting When: Monday, May […] Read more
posted in Access Points // 04/21/12
In the northeast segment of the city, a small driveway off of Monroe Drive connects to the Atlanta BeltLine’s hiking trail. The signs for the Piedmont Park parking deck will guide you west onto Evelyn Street. On foot, you can veer right from Evelyn onto the driveway that leads you to the trail. It parallels […] Read more
The City of Atlanta, in partnership with Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.,  is hosting a series of public meetings with Cobb County regarding proposals for extending transit from Cobb County into the City of Atlanta. This transit project is included on the upcoming Transportation Referendum. The transit line from Cobb County will come all the way into […] Read more
posted in Get Involved // 04/17/12
We’re looking forward to an exciting evening tomorrow at the first Atlanta BeltLine Night with the Hawks, where the Hawks will compete against the Detroit Pistons. Atlanta BeltLine fans have the unique opportunity to join us for several special activities before and after the game against the Detroit Pistons: Pre-game viewing of warm-ups: Sit courtside […] Read more
posted in Get Involved // 04/13/12
Who would have thought a three hour tour could be such a draw? Since April of 2007, the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership has taken more than 12,000 people on free tours that cover the entire Atlanta BeltLine project. When the tours started more than five years ago, we would receive 20 reservations and were excited as […] Read more
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