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The Atlanta BeltLine

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Be "In the Know" About the Atlanta BeltLine

“So what exactly is the Atlanta BeltLine anyway?” That’s a common question with no single, easy answer. The Atlanta BeltLine is rails, trails, parks, housing, economic opportunity, and much more. The Atlanta BeltLine represents a revolutionary step forward for the City of Atlanta, and it is happening right now! Check out all the ways you can get up to speed with the Atlanta BeltLine.

Take a Free Tour
Absolutely the best way to learn about the Atlanta BeltLine! Our free 3-hour guided bus tours are offered every Friday and Saturday morning at 9:30AM.
  • Tour reservations open on the 15th of each month at 9:00 AM for the upcoming month.
  • Learn more and make your reservation on the Atlanta BeltLine Tours program page.
Get the 101
The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership offers monthly Atlanta BeltLine 101 sessions to help residents learn the basics about the Atlanta BeltLine.
Attend Quarterly Briefings
Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. convenes quarterly for a citywide briefing on its progress regarding planning, design,  construction and other activities. You can engage the Atlanta BeltLine team and partners one-on-one and in an open Q&A format.
Community Meetings
There are public meetings all over the Atlanta BeltLine covering a wide range of topics. Join the conversation! Visit the Atlanta BeltLine events calendar for more information:
  • Citywide Conversations: These meetings are designed to address a topic facing the Atlanta BeltLine and the community at large.
  • Study Group Meetings: The Atlanta BeltLine is segmented into five (5) geographical planning study areas: Northside, Northeast, Southeast, Southwest and Westside. Meetings are held in each Study Group and are scheduled as needed to address matters of relevance to those communities - topics can include anything from planning to design to construction updates to social impacts.