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 Access Points, Eastside Trail // 07/24/13
A partnership between the City of Atlanta, the PATH Foundation, and the Midtown Alliance has facilitated the construction of Atlanta’s first “cycle track,” a two-way bike lane on 10th Street near Piedmont Park, between Monroe Drive and Charles Allen Drive. The cycle track connects to the Atlanta BeltLine’s Eastside Trail at Monroe Drive. This portion […] Read more
Experience first-hand all of what the Atlanta BeltLine has to offer. Come explore our myriad parks with a multitude of amenities. Walk, jog or bike our trails that will rapidly expand to over 33 miles. Explore the Atlanta BeltLine by Activity What type of activities do you enjoy? Find the Atlanta BeltLine parks and trails […] Read more
posted in Access Points, Construction Updates, Parks // 06/14/13
The Piedmont Park Conservancy, working with Atlanta BeltLine, Inc., recently removed a stretch of fence along Evelyn Street in order to allow easier pedestrian access into the park from the interim hiking trail. While this section of the park at the northern end of the dog park has paved trails, they were disconnected from the […] Read more
It has been extremely gratifying seeing so many people enjoying the Eastside Trail. If you’ve already been there, you may have noticed that our work is not quite done yet. Tree plantings continue, and we’ve received  a lot of questions about the two ends of the trail, at Irwin Street to the south, Monroe Drive […] Read more
posted in Access Points // 08/26/12
  From Donnelly Avenue, a wide, bungalow-lined street in Oakland City, you can access the Atlanta BeltLine’s interim hiking trail via a small easement in between two properties. Across the street to the south is Peeples Street (historically divided by the railroad tracks) and to the southeast, down Donnelly Avenue, is Lee Street and the MARTA […] Read more
Along Westview Drive in southwest Atlanta, you will find the Atlanta BeltLine’s West End Trail. At this point, it crosses over the old railroad corridor (which cuts under I-20) and parallels Langhorn Street. You can bike, walk, or run west down the trail all the way to Westview Cemetery. Look for the pedestrian crossing by […] Read more
posted in Access Points, West End Trail // 08/06/12
The old railroad corridor that now forms the Atlanta BeltLine bisects Lena Street in the Washington Park neighborhood to the west of downtown. You’ll find the interim hiking trail at the southwest corner of Washington Park at the western deadend of Lena Street coming from the direction of Joseph E. Lowery Boulevard. The trail is accessible […] 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
posted in Access Points // 05/31/12
In southwest Atlanta, the Atlanta BeltLine rail corridor passes under I-20 and Westview Drive (the West End Trail runs alongside the interim hiking trail until it turns west along Westview Drive). Travel east down Westview Drive, turn left on Napoleon Drive, and you will dead-end into the interim hiking trail. The cul-de-sac circles around a […] Read more
posted in Access Points // 05/26/12
The old railroad corridor that forms the Atlanta BeltLine Ts into Hulsey Yard (the CSX railroad freight yard) at DeKalb Avenue and Airline Street. Above DeKalb is the east-west line of MARTA. One block north is Edgewood Avenue and the bridge that will be replaced within the next two years. Step back in time and […] Read more
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