The Southwest Connector Spur Trail is the hilliest of the four trail segments, and the perfect training area for the Atlanta Triathlon Kids. Check out the latest “Life On the Atlanta BeltLine” video, highlighting a special bond between these young people and the Atlanta Police Department’s dedicated Path Force Unit. Watch now →
Discover Art on the Trails! Art on the Atlanta BeltLine returns with visual and performing art. Visual installations along the Eastside Trail are ongoing, and performances take place on the first two weekends in October. Check out the performance schedule →
There are many different ways for people to get involved in the Atlanta BeltLine. This is a project by the community for the community, and residents have an active role in every phase of the process. Study Groups and Advisory Boards are opportunities to engage in high-level discussion with neighbors, planners, developers, and elected officials tasked with making the Atlanta BeltLine happen.
We encourage the community to participate with the Atlanta BeltLine in many ways. We welcome your ideas, participation, and input. Our Citizen Participation framework outlines the specifics of our Advisory Board opportunities. Learn more