Atlanta BeltLine Launches New Etiquette Tools

Atlanta BeltLine unveils informational video, feature on mobile app for upgraded etiquette campaign. In 2014, the Atlanta BeltLine launched the first round of the etiquette campaign to spread messages of basic courtesy and consideration for others while using the Atlanta BeltLine parks and trails. Dubbed “#beltlinecharm,” the core of the campaign focused on grassroots engagement … Continue Reading →

A Great Day for Trail Etiquette

Saturday, May 7, was the purr-fect day to bring back our etiquette campaign. Volunteers represented yours truly – Eddy Cat – with our messages of trail courtesy. We were so pleased to see so many of your lovely faces on the Atlanta BeltLine! Some people wondered why we don’t leave the etiquette signs on the trail. … Continue Reading →

Cool Cats Do What?

I’m so excited for all the feedback I’ve been getting about etiquette on the Atlanta BeltLine! You can write in with your questions and suggestions by emailing me at Here is a letter from Tracy, who writes about calling out while passing on the trail: …I was running on a path with a friend.  … Continue Reading →

Can’t We All Just Get Along?

This article was originally published in Atlanta VeloCity Magazine, Issue #12, Oct/Nov ’15. The Eastside Trail is busy. With an average of 1.2 million trail users in 2014, it actually rivals the World of Coke in attendance numbers. That’s probably no surprise to anyone that has pulled their roadster out there on a sunny weekend afternoon – … Continue Reading →

The Rules of Etiquette

I am so excited to be the new spokescat for etiquette on the Atlanta BeltLine! I have a lot of first-hand knowledge and experience to bring to the table. The folks here at the Atlanta BeltLine get lots of questions about etiquette on the trail, so my first assignment was to set up “Ask Eddy Cat,” … Continue Reading →

Atlanta BeltLine Announces Second Round of Etiquette Campaign

New campaign features collaboration with local artists and will incorporate etiquette mascot. ATLANTA – Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI) is unveiling the second round of its “etiquette campaign.” For the first time, the campaign will feature Eddy Cat, the etiquette mascot, to deliver messages about courtesy and thoughtfulness on the Atlanta BeltLine’s parks and trails. Eddy … Continue Reading →