Ben Janik's photo-realistic mural "The Moon" was painted for Art on the Atlanta BeltLine 2015.
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A Glimpse at our Future in Transit
The Atlanta BeltLine is a means of linking 45 intown neighborhoods, while also connecting the core urban center of the City of Atlanta with the rest of the metro region. These maps focus on the transportation components of the Atlanta BeltLine, illustrating how existing MARTA rail and bus lines will tie into the Atlanta Streetcar and other transit initiatives. Additional transit services from outlying communities tie into the system as well.
|Atlanta Streetcar System Plan Transit Routes Map||This map shows the six planned routes for the Atlanta Streetcar System Plan, including the Atlanta BeltLine Loop, Crosstown Loop (including the current Atlanta Streetcar), Crosstown Midtown Line, Crosstown Peachtree Line, Crosstown Crescent Line, and the Crosstown Capital Loop. Current as of January 2017.|
|Atlanta BeltLine/Atlanta Streetcar System Plan||The final Atlanta BeltLine/Atlanta Streetcar System Plan (SSP) adopted by Atlanta City Council on December 8, 2015. The SSP documents the City of Atlanta’s approach to building out this streetcar network over time in a manner that is efficient, cost effective, mobility focused, supportive of regional transit, and integrated with the economic development initiatives led by the City, Invest Atlanta and Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.|