Citywide Conversation: Atlanta Beltline/Atlanta Streetcar Environmental Assessments

Central United Methodist Church 501 Mitchell Street SW, Atlanta, GA

Join us to learn about the preferred Atlanta BeltLine West/Atlanta Streetcar transit routes and MARTA connections that are moving forward! The Federal Transit Administration, in cooperation with the City of Atlanta, Invest Atlanta, the Atlanta Regional Commission and Atlanta BeltLine, Inc., is conducting environmental assessments for extensions of the Atlanta Streetcar.  Please join us for a … Continue Reading →

Fourth Quarterly Briefing of 2014

Atlanta Community Food Bank 732 Joseph E. Lowery Blvd NW, Atlanta

Come get the latest updates about the Atlanta BeltLine! Quarterly briefing public meetings are designed to provide the community and stakeholders citywide with updates on the progress of the Atlanta BeltLine with regards to planning, design, construction, community engagement, affordable housing, public art, and transit and transportation. Thursday, November 13th 2014 6:00pm to 8:00pm Atlanta … Continue Reading →

Advisory Boards Annual Public Presentation

Georgia Hill Public Library 250 Georgia Ave SE , Atlanta

Please join us for an opportunity to learn more about the Atlanta BeltLine citizen advisory boards, their responsibilities, an update on their projects, and how you can participate! Thursday, April 30th, … Continue Reading →

Second Quarterly Briefing of 2015

Fulton County Government Center 141 Pryor St SW, Atlanta

Come get the latest updates about the Atlanta BeltLine! Quarterly briefing public meetings are designed to provide the community and stakeholders citywide with updates on the progress of the Atlanta … Continue Reading →

#BeltLineStrong

Our city has been through a lot recently, and at Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI) and Atlanta BeltLine Partnership (ABP), the health and safety of our trail users, neighbors, volunteers and staff is our top priority. Please continue to adhere to all CDC guidelines regarding social distancing, hygiene and wearing face coverings to help curb the spread of COVID-19. Also, please practice kindness; our community has experienced a lot but WE ARE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER.