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Where Atlanta Comes Together

The Atlanta Beltline is one of the largest, most wide-ranging urban redevelopment programs in the United States. This network of public parks, multi-use trails, transit, and affordable housing along a historic 22-mile railroad corridor is enhancing mobility, connecting intown neighborhoods, and improving economic opportunity and sustainability.

Our Mission

We are building a more equitable and inclusive Atlanta and engaging partners by delivering transformative public infrastructure that enhances mobility, fosters culture and improves connections to economic opportunity.

Our Vision

To be the catalyst for making Atlanta a global beacon for equitable, inclusive and sustainable life.

History

The Evolution of the Atlanta Beltline

From the beginning, the Atlanta Beltline has offered transformative development to the City of Atlanta. Originating in the early 2000s, this visionary urban redevelopment project repurposes a historic railway corridor, weaving trails, parks, and transit options to enhance community, economic mobility, and cultural connections.

Meet the Organizations Moving Atlanta Forward

Atlanta Beltline, Inc.

Building a More Equitable & Inclusive Atlanta

Atlanta Beltline, Inc. (ABI) oversees all aspects of planning, developing, and execution of the Atlanta Beltline project while upholding our vision and mission of a more equitable, inclusive, and sustainable city.

Contact the ABI team about parks and trail construction, economic development, affordable housing, Atlanta Beltline Art, transit, community meetings, and all other planning and development related questions.

Atlanta Beltline Partnership

Our Vision’s Guardians

The Atlanta Beltline Partnership (ABP) is the nonprofit organization that raises funds and builds partnerships that enable project implementation, engage the public, and empower residents in surrounding neighborhoods. 

Contact the ABP team about donations, sponsorships, tours, volunteering, Atlanta Beltline Race Series, free fitness, resident retention programs, neighborhood festival participation, and all other fundraising and partnership related questions.

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Everyone Belongs on the Beltline

All legacy residents, new residents, and business owners — regardless of age, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, race and ethnicity, ability, income, or political ideology — benefit and prosper from the economic growth and activity associated with the Atlanta Beltline.

As we move forward, we must always recognize the history of this place and understand our obligations to those who came before. This project — and, all of Atlanta, in fact — is situated on the traditional homelands of the Muscogee Creek and Cherokee Peoples. We acknowledge these original stewards of this land, and we respect and honor their cultures and traditions.

Team

Meet the passionate people leading the way for progress on the Atlanta Beltline.

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Careers

Join our team and use your talent to further the Atlanta Beltline’s mission.

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Partners

A successful combination of governmental, nonprofit, private, and philanthropic partners makes our work possible.

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