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Whether you want to research the Atlanta BeltLine history and progress, get involved as a developer, or reach our media contact, you'll find what you need here. Explore our newsletter archive, browse our annual reports, or read our press releases to understand all the facts about the Atlanta BeltLine.
The Atlanta BeltLine/Atlanta Streetcar System Plan (SSP) is an integrated network of streetcar lines that go around the Atlanta BeltLine and across the city of Atlanta. The priority network focuses on 53 miles of streetcar routes, along with 18 miles of new or enhanced transit service that interfaces with the system. Learn more
ABI completed an Integrated Action Plan (“IAP”) in 2015 to determine how to achieve the 2005 Redevelopment Plan’s ambitious economic development and housing goals. The core elements of these goals are the following: 30,000 new permanent jobs; 48,000 one-year construction jobs; and 28,000 new housing units with 5,600 affordable workforce units. Learn more
The Atlanta BeltLine is the largest and most comprehensive transportation and economic development effort ever undertaken in the City of Atlanta and among the largest, most wide-ranging urban redevelopment programs currently underway in the United States. The Atlanta BeltLine annual reports serve to accurately reflect our yearly progress and demonstrate how resources are being leveraged to bring this project from concept to reality. Learn more
The Atlanta BeltLine is a long-range vision that will reshape the way we live, work, and play. Periodic newsletters provide important updates on new developments, openings, events, and meetings. This archive of our newsletters provides information on past developments along the Atlanta BeltLine. Learn more
With approximately 3,000 acres of underutilized land in proximity to the Atlanta BeltLine corridor, there is unique potential to shape Atlanta's future growth through its smart-growth framework and the market-based development from the private sector. The Atlanta BeltLine is working side-by-side with developers towards Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) -- a new and effective way of creating vibrant, livable communities while reducing congestion. Learn more