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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 Progress, Urban Farm // 04/05/16
It has been a year since we’ve last updated you on what’s going on at the Urban Farm, and we’re happy to say it’s been nothing less than busy for the Atlanta BeltLine’s first agricultural site. Located in the Adair Park neighborhood, the Urban Farm is focused on becoming a resource for community members and […] Read more
posted in Atlanta BeltLine News, Progress // 03/09/16
Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. annual reports are here! The Atlanta BeltLine 2015 Annual Report provides an overview of the dynamic progress of the Atlanta BeltLine. This year’s edition features a special 10-year timeline, encapsulating the milestones the program has experienced over the first decade. The report shares updates from every program area and project and includes audited […] Read more
posted in Atlanta BeltLine News, Progress // 01/15/16
We’re a month into 2016 and the Atlanta BeltLine is off to a great start thanks to the work and support that occurred during the previous 12 months. From ongoing construction to record number attendance at the annual Lantern Parade, and updates on new projects set along the Atlanta BeltLine corridor, let’s take a look […] Read more
posted in Progress // 11/12/15
One year ago today, the Atlanta BeltLine broke ground on the Westside Trail in a ceremony with more than 500 attendees. Though the weather has been uncooperative at times, we are really excited about the progress we’ve made since that groundbreaking. From pile-driving to potholing, the beginning infrastructure has been laid for the $43 million […] Read more
posted in Learn, Progress // 04/15/15
This article was originally published in Atlanta VeloCity Magazine, Issue #9, April/May 2015. Most Atlanta residents are beginning to realize that the Atlanta BeltLine represents more than just a concrete trail. Its influence spreads beyond the 22-mile corridor and reaches the city core, as well as the larger metro region. Just as mobility and economic development are […] Read more
posted in Progress, Westside Trail // 04/14/15
The Urban Farm at the Westside Trail now officially  has two farmers: Andy Friedberg and Andrea Ness have partnered to run the Atlanta BeltLine’s first agriculture site, located near the border between the Oakland City, Adair Park, and Capitol View neighborhoods. Plans for the farm include focusing on the site’s potential as a resource for […] Read more
posted in Eastside Trail, Progress, Westside Trail // 04/09/15
It’s been 16 years since the Atlanta BeltLine was just a concept in a Master thesis, and nearly ten years since the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership and Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. formed to help make this concept a reality. Lots of progress has been made along the way. Check out these before and after images to see how […] Read more
posted in Learn, Progress // 03/30/15
On March 23, 2015, the Atlanta BeltLine held its first Quarterly Briefing meeting of 2015. The event, which took place at the Atlanta Technical College campus in southwest Atlanta, drew a crowd of more than 60 people. Quarterly Briefings are the Atlanta BeltLine’s way of providing regularly scheduled updates to the community, and the location […] Read more
A Groundbreaking Start It’s been one of the Atlanta BeltLine’s most exciting years. Filled with progress and transformation made possible by tremendous support from our private and public funders and partners, the Atlanta BeltLine started 2014 off by breaking ground for the Eastside Trail Gateway on January 17, 2014. The Gateway Trail is an ADA-accessible path connecting Historic […] Read more
posted in Progress, Transit // 06/13/14
Planning for transit on the Atlanta BeltLine corridor and the extension of the Downtown Atlanta Streetcar is progressing. Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI) has started the technical studies that evaluate the potential impacts of the first extensions of the streetcar lines. These detailed evaluations will consider possible impacts to endangered species, existing parks, historic properties, local […] Read more
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