A Decade of Bus Tours

Guess who turned ten years old last month? The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership gave its first bus tour of the Atlanta BeltLine on April 13, 2007. 1,887 people participated in one of 85 tours given that first year. (By comparison, the Partnership hosted 4,160 tour-goers on 168 separate tours during 2016.) Heather Hussey-Coker was our very … Continue Reading →

Atlanta BeltLine Bus Tours

More than 25,000 people have enjoyed three-hour bus tours of the Atlanta BeltLine since the launch of the program in 2007. As stewards of the Atlanta BeltLine vision, and in support of our mission to raise awareness of and engage the public in that vision, the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership has funded these tours for nearly … Continue Reading →

Cycling Kits, Zippy Carbon Road Bikes, and Bike Trailers – Oh My!

Where else in Atlanta can you find folks wearing full cycling kits and riding zippy carbon road bikes alongside a family towing a child’s trailer behind a mountain bike? These were just a few of the fascinating sights to be seen at the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition’s Tour de BeltLine. On Saturday, June 13th, about 500 … Continue Reading →

Atlanta BeltLine Partnership Receives “Blinkie Award”

The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership was one of eight local organizations and individuals who were honored for their contributions to bicycling at The Blinkie Awards, the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition’s annual members award party on Friday, February 13 at the Trees Atlanta Kendeda Center. The Annual Blinkie Awards is a celebration of the people, projects, and organizations making … Continue Reading →

New Atlanta BeltLine Tour Bus

More Than 20,000 Have Taken Atlanta BeltLine Tours

With the purchase of a natural gas-powered tour bus, the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership’s tour program will become both more environmentally and economically sustainable and handicapped accessible. “As stewards of precious philanthropic resources, we are pleased to introduce this bus that will enable us to more sustainably and cost effectively host our free tours of the … Continue Reading →

500+ Cyclists Convened at Sold-Out Atlanta BeltLine 7th Annual Bicycle Tour

More than 500 cyclists geared up for the sold-out, Atlanta BeltLine 7th Annual Bicycle Tour on Saturday, June 14 – presented by the Atlanta Beltline Partnership and the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition. Bike Angels led cyclists through 45 Atlanta neighborhoods while tracing the current and proposed Atlanta BeltLine corridor. “We were overwhelmed with the response to … Continue Reading →

Atlanta BeltLine Map

2013 – A Year in Review

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 … Continue Reading →

Atlanta BeltLine Bike Tour

Atlanta BeltLine Bike Tours

Atlanta BeltLine Partnership and Atlanta Bicycle Coalition kicked off the new Atlanta BeltLine Bike Tour program on November 16, featuring two 3-hour tours that showcase a 16-mile Eastside Trail route on Saturdays and an 11-mile Westside Trail route on Sundays. “The annual Atlanta BeltLine Bike Tour has been a popular event, and our free Atlanta … Continue Reading →

Eastside Trail walking tours with Trees Atlanta

Trees Atlanta to Offer Walking Tours of the Atlanta BeltLine Eastside Trail

Registration opens March 20, 2013 ATLANTA – On April 12th, 2013, Trees Atlanta will launch Atlanta BeltLine Arboretum Walking Tours to offer an in-depth exploration of the Atlanta BeltLine’s Eastside Trail. The free walking tours are led by trained experts called docents and focus particularly on the horticultural collections and interesting facts about the Atlanta … Continue Reading →

Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation Funds Atlanta BeltLine Tours

The Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation has awarded a $40,000 grant to The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership to keep the Atlanta BeltLine Tour Program running through through December. In six years, more than 13,000 fans have enjoyed the free, narrated bus tour of the Atlanta BeltLine, named by Atlanta Magazine “one of the things every Atlantan … Continue Reading →