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posted in Art on the Atlanta BeltLine, Planning // 07/22/15
The City of Atlanta’s Office of Cultural Affairs (OCA) was awarded an Our Town grant by the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) to support the Atlanta BeltLine Arts and Culture Master Plan. The Master Plan is focused on the development of cultural facilities, partnerships, and programs that will enhance livability for those who live along and use the Atlanta […] Read more
posted in Planning, Press Releases // 03/24/15
Committee will set framework for highest design standards for projects in Atlanta BeltLine Planning Area ATLANTA – On March 2, 2015, the Atlanta City Council passed legislation to approve a Design Review Committee (DRC) to be managed by Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI). The purpose of the DRC is to achieve the highest design standards for […] Read more
posted in Planning // 05/15/14
The American Planning Association (APA) held its 2014 National Planning Conference in Atlanta from April 26-30, bringing planners and planning-enthusiasts from all over the nation to our beloved city. APA selects conference locations each year that “represent the gold standard in sense of place, cultural and historical interest, and a vision for tomorrow,” and Atlanta is […] Read more
Last Tuesday was the fourth and final Atlanta BeltLine Quarterly Briefing of 2013. We took the opportunity to present the public with a recap of Atlanta BeltLine progress and events from the past year, and now we want to offer it to our online audience in blog form. Here it is: 2013 – A Year in […] Read more
Strategy Will Guide Atlanta BeltLine Program through its Completion in 2030 Atlanta, GA – Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.’s (ABI) Board of Directors unanimously approved the Atlanta BeltLine 2030 Strategic Implementation Plan (SIP), which will guide the citywide transportation and redevelopment program through its completion. The first seven years of the program generated a roughly 3:1 return […] Read more
Corridor design for the southwest and southeast sections of the Atlanta BeltLine is well underway. Broadly, corridor design establishes the basis for all future Atlanta BeltLine design and construction. This includes elements of engineering, streetscapes and landscape design, historic preservation, public art locations and, of course, transit, trails and greenspace. Preliminary plans for the southwest […] Read more
posted in Eastside Trail, Planning, Progress // 07/18/13
As part of the design process  for the extension of the Eastside Trail, Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. is working with the City of Atlanta to improve the experience along Wylie Street for both cyclists and pedestrians between now and the implementation of transit. The design concept below was presented at a Study Group meeting in June […] Read more
As the replacement of the Edgewood Avenue bridge over the Eastside Trail is now underway, more people are asking about the extension of the Atlanta BeltLine through Reynoldstown to Glenwood Park. The next two years will see a dramatic transformation to this segment with trail construction and bike / pedestrian improvements. Simultaneously, corridor design is now underway […] Read more
The New York Times profiled the Atlanta BeltLine’s Eastside Trail in today’s paper. It is on the front of the National section in the print edition. Below are some excerpts: “The Eastside Trail, as the path is known, is one of the first legs of an ambitious proposal that has been in the works since the early 2000s […] Read more
posted in Planning, Public Health // 02/08/13
While Cycle Atlanta only burst onto the app scene a few months ago, it is already blazing trails. Cycle Atlanta supplied developers at Georgia Tech with data from the app in a transit day hack-a-thon and below is a section of the map they produced. The thickness of the line indicates the frequency of use. […] Read more
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