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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WHO:  Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI) WHAT: Travel Advisory for Martin Luther King, Jr. Dr. SW Closure WHERE: Martin Luther King, Jr. Dr. SW between Stafford Street SW and Morris Brown Dr. SW WHEN: Saturday, June 11 at 6:00 a.m. through Sunday, June 12 at 9:00 p.m. MEDIA BRIEFING: ABI will be available to brief the […] Read more
posted in Events, Press Releases, Westside Trail // 05/26/16
WHO:  Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. Westside Study Group WHAT: Public Meeting – Special Called – Westside Trail Bridge over Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. will be holding a special called Westside Study Group public meeting on the removal of the Westside Trail Bridge over Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. We will be looking […] Read more
posted in Southside Trail // 05/13/16
On Tuesday, May 10, the southeast & northeast study groups were presented with options for the design of Bill Kennedy Way. Bill Kennedy Way, which runs between Memorial Drive and Glenwood Avenue, is part of the Atlanta BeltLine’s future Southside Trail, which stretches all the way to University Avenue. Bill Kennedy Way is unique in […] Read more
posted in Atlanta BeltLine News, Trails // 04/29/16
In July 2013, the Atlanta Police Department Path Force began patrolling the Atlanta BeltLine’s Eastside Trail.  For almost three years APD’s bike-mounted officers wearing dark jerseys – often patrolling in pairs – have been a visible presence along open sections of the Atlanta BeltLine’s 22-mile loop. Recently, though, you may have been out on the […] Read more
With spring in full bloom, the colors along the Atlanta BeltLine are coming into view. The trees, plants, and flowers that brighten the corridor do more than just provide beautiful backdrop; they enhance the lives of all those who step outside and utilize the Atlanta BeltLine. Our partners at Trees Atlanta are building the Atlanta […] Read more
posted in Construction Updates, Westside Trail // 03/29/16
The Westside Trail is coming along, and we have some new progress photos for you. Remember, the site is currently a construction zone, so visiting it in person is not only prohibited, it’s dangerous. But you can track our progress in our photo gallery and by staying tuned to beltline.org. The trail is on track […] Read more
posted in Eastside Trail, Etiquette // 10/27/15
This article was originally published in Atlanta VeloCity Magazine, Issue #12, Oct/Nov ’15. The Eastside Trail is busy. With an average of 1.2 million trail users in 2014, it actually rivals the World of Coke in attendance numbers. That’s probably no surprise to anyone that has pulled their roadster out there on a sunny weekend afternoon – […] Read more
posted in Construction Updates, Eastside Trail // 08/17/15
The Atlanta BeltLine moves into its next phase for the Eastside Trail with a call for bids for construction of the Eastside Trail extension. The extension will run according to the following: South from Irwin Street to DeKalb Avenue, passing under Edgewood Avenue Down DeKalb Avenue through Krog Street Tunnel onto Wylie Street Along Wylie […] Read more
posted in Atlanta BeltLine News, Northside Trail // 07/30/15
The PATH Foundation has completed construction on the Northside Spur Trail, an extension that splits off from the Atlanta BeltLine Northside Trail just north of Collier Road. The extension adds a third of a mile long spur to the Northside Trail, connecting it to the Bitsy Grant Tennis Center and Northside Drive. This spur trail is Phase […] Read more
posted in Construction Updates, Westside Trail // 07/13/15
Construction of the Westside Trail, the Atlanta BeltLine’s next trail to be built in the old railroad corridor, is moving right along. The pipe above is part of the green infrastructure design for the trail. It serves to hold water during a large storm event and slow the stress on the existing stormwater system. Backfilling has begun for materials that were excavated […] Read more
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