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What's Next? Atlanta BeltLine Implementation Plan
In late 2012, the Atlanta BeltLine began crafting an Implementation Plan to guide the project’s development over the next 20 years.
The Atlanta BeltLine Implementation Plan is a long range strategic plan that will serve as a living document that is updated every three to five years. This effort builds on all of the previous work to date from Ryan Gravel’s original 1999 thesis to the 10 subarea master plans and the Tier 1 Environmental Impact Statement. The Implementation Plan focuses on the core “workstreams” of transit, parks and trails and will assign priorities to different projects within each workstream and an approach to funding and financing all of the projects. This process includes opportunities for the community to get involved and help shate the plan by attending study group meetings and providing feedback through surveys.
We want your continued input. You can view a re-cap of the first round of citywide conversation in December 2012 and learn about the Study Groups that are now underway for the second round of public engagement.
- Find Study Group meeting dates and times.
- View our Implementation Plan frequently asked questions.
- View the December 2012 presentation from the first round of public engagement.
- View the March 2013 presentation from the second round of public engagement.