In the bustling city of Atlanta, the BeltLine has become more than just a convenient transportation route; for many residents with disabilities, it has become a lifeline. Its accessible design and intentional connectivity to neighborhoods and neighbors provide a safe and inclusive space for people with differing levels of abilities to experience the city like never before.
Taylor Murphy, a successful marketing director living in Inman Park, has enjoyed newfound independence, despite her visual impairment, thanks to the BeltLine. The transit corridor truly is her highway, providing her with easy access to navigate the daily routine of life independently.
Hear from Taylor as she delves into how the BeltLine has become a catalyst for transformation and granted her opportunities that were previously beyond her grasp.