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 Transit, Transportation Referendum // 07/31/12
Today’s AJC published an op ed by the Chairman of the Atlanta Regional Commission, Tad Leithead, with 10 facts about today’s Transportation Referendum. Below is the full text. 10 Facts on the Transportation Referendum By Tad Leithead Every metro Atlanta resident should know by now that there is an important decision before them today. This […] Read more
posted in Transportation Referendum // 07/30/12
The most recent addition to Atlanta’s rail transit system took place in 2000 with the construction of the North Springs and Sandy Springs MARTA stations. The presentation below shows the big picture of what our regional rail transit system can become if the July 31 Regional Transportation Referendum is approved (best viewed in full screen mode): Atlanta […] Read more
posted in Transit, Transportation Referendum // 07/29/12
Following the endorsement of Creative Loafing last week, today, the AJC gave a full throated endorsement of the July 31 Regional Transportation Referendum. Here are some excerpts: Think about this. For every penny in new tax that would be saved by a “no” vote, Atlantans will waste multiples of that solitary cent in a thousand […] Read more
This is the final weekend before the July 31 Regional Transportation Referendum, or TSPLOST, and there are several events happening across the City, both TSPLOST-related and non-TSPLOST related. Here’s the rundown: Saturday, July 28 Eastside Trail Hard Hat Walking Tours (Sneak Peek) – RSVP only, tours at 9, 9:30, 10, 10:30, 11, 3:30. Atlanta Streetcar […] Read more
posted in Transit, Transportation Referendum // 07/25/12
By Patrick Sweeney, Senior Project Manager for Transit and Transportation Worldwide, top tier cities provide options for residents and commuters. Different modes of transit serve different types of trips – light rail and heavy rail for longer distance commutes, and streetcar for local shorter trips. A network of integrated transit options is key to providing […] Read more
Have you caught a glimpse inside the two million square foot building that occupies an entire city block between Ponce de Leon Avenue and North Avenue? Thanks to Jamestown Properties, this sleeping giant is experiencing a rebirth. The former Sears Building turned City Hall East is facing a bright future as the mixed-use development Ponce […] Read more
Atlanta’s Largest Temporary Public Art Project Returns for Third Exhibition Atlanta – Art on the Atlanta BeltLine will be back on the scene this fall with over 70 innovative works of performance and visual art. This annual, two-month long exhibition is all outdoors on the Atlanta BeltLine and free to the public. Distinctive art installations […] Read more
Wow! Almost 700 runners, walkers, volunteers, and sponsors gathered enthusiastically in Gordon White Park last Saturday for our second annual Atlanta BeltLine Running Series Southwest 5k. This is the first Running Series event to completely sell out with over 640 participants – a 50 percent increase over last year’s Southwest 5k! With radio station Wild […] Read more
Work on the Eastside Trail has been progressing steadily through the summer. This transformative project will change the way people move around town, connecting neighborhoods to each other like never before and creating sorely needed public space that will redefine the city. We have been receiving many questions in person, through Facebook, Twitter and our […] Read more
In southwest Atlanta, you can access the Atlanta BeltLine’s paved West End Trail as well as the interim hiking trail (in the actual old rail corridor) from the Gordon White Park at the intersection of White Street, Ralph David Abernathy, and Langhorn Street. The West End Trail (the paved, multi-use trail) runs from Brown Middle School […] Read more
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