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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Every three months, the Atlanta BeltLine publishes a printed quarterly newsletter with the latest and greatest information about the project. You can peruse this month’s issue right now with our online version below: Open publication - Free publishing - More eastside trail This issue’s topics include: An update on the Eastside Trail (it’s almost here!) […] Read more
Earlier this month, the City of Atlanta announced the list of projects it anticipates funding with the 15 percent of local funds from the Transportation Referendum. A collection of these City projects would connect the current multi-use path in Tanyard Creek Park to the Lindbergh area, allowing pedestrians and cyclists to navigate in between the […] Read more
posted in Volunteer Spotlight // 06/24/12
Our superstar volunteers are one [really big] part of what makes building this project so enjoyable – and so do-able! Lauren Cohen is one of those volunteers who embraces the Atlanta BeltLine in her capacity as a Speakers’ Bureau member. With a background in real estate, the redevelopment aspect of the project really sparked her […] Read more
posted in Transportation Referendum // 06/21/12
The July 31 Regional Transportation Referendum is an historic opportunity for Metro Atlanta. It would be the single largest investment in transit since the MARTA system. This is what it means for the Atlanta BeltLine. Please watch and share. Read more
posted in Atlanta BeltLine News // 06/21/12
CNN International paid a visit to Ryan Gravel, the visionary behind the Atlanta BeltLine concept. Narrated by Isha Sesay, the piece explores the origins of the Atlanta BeltLine as told by Ryan and his view on what it means to the future of the city. Enjoy! Read more
posted in Community Love // 06/20/12
Every now and then, it hits us just how lucky we are to live here in Atlanta. So many residents work so hard to make a difference in lives of their neighbors and Ms. Jaki of Year Up Atlanta ranks among them. She works as a teacher with college-aged young adults towards building a skill […] Read more
posted in Transportation Referendum // 06/19/12
In today’s AJC, Tom Weyandt, Mayor Reed’s transportation policy adviser, provides an overview of the City of Atlanta’s local projects included on the July 31 Regional Transportation Referendum. Fifteen percent of the money raised from the referendum will go to local governments for smaller scale transportation projects. The really big news here is that “93 percent of […] Read more
posted in Events, Transit // 06/16/12
As the Atlanta Streetcar prepares to start construction, you’re invited to get a preview on foot of where the transit lines will operate. Join walking tours this summer of the future route with a stop for lunch at the Sweet Auburn Curb Market. Tours will start at the southeast entrance to Peachtree Center MARTA station at […] Read more
On Tuesday, June 19 from 6 to 8 p.m. the Atlanta BeltLine Quarterly Briefing will feature speakers from across the region to discuss the July 31 Regional Transportation Referendum.  The $8.5 billion ballot initiative includes a set project list of regional transportation projects with 15% of the funding dedicated to local jurisdictions for local transportation […] Read more
Mark your calendars or set your DVRs – an important new program is coming to PBA 30 on Monday, June 18 at 11 pm called “Retrofitting Suburbia.” It is the first of a four episode series by Designing Healthy Communities hosted by Dr. Richard Jackson, MD, MPH. Here is the gist: A provocative new 4-hour series, “Designing […] Read more
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