2016 Lantern Parade

The Lantern Parade is hosted by the Krewe of the Grateful Gluttons and kicks off the Art on the Atlanta BeltLine exhibition on the first Saturday after Labor Day each year.

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Construction Updates

The first phase of the Eastside Trail extension is underway! The phase currently under construction expands from Irwin Street to Kirkwood Avenue, and is expected to be completed in 12 months. Construction has started and the trail is now closed to the public. When funding is available, construction will begin on Phase II, which goes from […] Read more
posted in Construction Updates, Eastside Trail // 06/30/16
Many folks in the community have asked us about the status of our streetscapes project on Ponce de Leon Avenue. The project, partially funded by a Livable Cities Initiative (LCI) grant has moved along over the past several years, with our friends at the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) providing support by constructing the first phase […] Read more
On Saturday, June 11, 2016 three steel beams were placed for the new bridge over Martin Luther King Jr. Drive which is currently under construction. The crew installed safety netting in addition to the steel beams so that they could continue to work on the bridge without additional lane closures.  The hallmark of the Atlanta […] Read more
posted in Access Points, Construction Updates // 06/09/16
You will soon have one more way to access the Eastside Trail! Visitors to the Atlanta BeltLine have been using the hill at Ralph McGill Boulevard as an unofficial access point since before the trail even opened. Perennial Properties, the owners of the Telephone Factory Lofts, are installing a public access trail from the road […] Read more
posted in Construction Updates, Westside Trail // 06/01/16
We are nearly a year and a half into the construction of the Westside Trail, and with completion on schedule for 2017, there is plenty of activity to keep track of with our next major trail to be built in the Atlanta BeltLine corridor. Show, Don’t Tell! The best way to illustrate construction highlights on the […] Read more
WHO:  Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI) WHAT: Travel Advisory for Martin Luther King, Jr. Dr. SW Closure WHERE: Martin Luther King, Jr. Dr. SW between Stafford Street SW and Morris Brown Dr. SW WHEN: Saturday, June 11 at 6:00 a.m. through Sunday, June 12 at 9:00 p.m. MEDIA BRIEFING: ABI will be available to brief the […] Read more
posted in Construction Updates, Westside Trail // 03/29/16
The Westside Trail is coming along, and we have some new progress photos for you. Remember, the site is currently a construction zone, so visiting it in person is not only prohibited, it’s dangerous. But you can track our progress in our photo gallery and by staying tuned to beltline.org. The trail is on track […] Read more
posted in Construction Updates, Eastside Trail // 08/17/15
The Atlanta BeltLine moves into its next phase for the Eastside Trail with a call for bids for construction of the Eastside Trail extension. The extension will run according to the following: South from Irwin Street to DeKalb Avenue, passing under Edgewood Avenue Down DeKalb Avenue through Krog Street Tunnel onto Wylie Street Along Wylie […] Read more
posted in Construction Updates, Westside Trail // 07/13/15
Construction of the Westside Trail, the Atlanta BeltLine’s next trail to be built in the old railroad corridor, is moving right along. The pipe above is part of the green infrastructure design for the trail. It serves to hold water during a large storm event and slow the stress on the existing stormwater system. Backfilling has begun for materials that were excavated […] Read more
Construction for the Atlanta BeltLine Westside Trail is making progress with the removal of a historic railroad bridge that once spanned over Martin Luther King Jr. Drive. In March of 2015, construction workers cut and removed large sections of the bridge piece-by-piece. The bridge was over 100 years old, and the new bridge will become […] Read more
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