The Path Force Unit joins the Atlanta Triathlon Kids training team for their workout on the Southwest Connector Spur Trail.

Life on the Atlanta BeltLine: Atlanta Triathlon Kids

As the hilliest of the four Atlanta BeltLine trails, the Southwest Connector Spur Trail challenges visitors with a good workout – one of the reasons why Coach Kraig takes his team there to train. Coach Kraig Jennings leads a team of the Atlanta Triathlon Kids which operates out of the Andrew and Walter Young Family YMCA. The … 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 →

Google Streetview of Atlanta BeltLine Westside Trail over MLK

The Atlanta BeltLine is now on Google Street View

If you haven’t had a chance to check out the Atlanta BeltLine or if you just want to relive your latest visit to the corridor, you can now do so from the comfort of your own computer with Google Street View! Just go to maps.google.com and search for your favorite open trail on the Atlanta … Continue Reading →

Recap: Southwest Connector Trail Dedication

With over 100 neighbors, cyclists, walkers, runners, police officers, special guests, and Atlanta BeltLine supporters in attendance, the Southwest Connector Trail dedication was a huge success! The ceremony took place next to Beecher Hills Elementary School on August 10, 2013, right after students came back to school with a new amenity in their backyard. Special … Continue Reading →

Atlanta BeltLine Southwest Connector Trail under construction

Recap: Southwest Connector Trail Groundbreaking ceremony

On Saturday, January 12, 2013, nearly 100 people gathered behind Beecher Hills Elementary School for the groundbreaking ceremony of the Southwest Connector Trail. This multi-use spur trail is a tangible sign of connectivity between the Westwood Terrace and Beecher Hills neighborhoods. By linking to the existing Lionel Hampton Trail with an eye towards the future … Continue Reading →