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Mainline Beltline Trail

Southside Trail

A completed portion links to the Southwest Trail near Metropolitan Parkway just past Pittsburgh Yards®. Future segments will bring connectivity to the Southeast Trail near Grant Park and extend the segment to 2.4 miles.

People walk and bike down the Beltline.

Segments from Boulevard to Pittsburgh Yards® are closed for construction.

Learn Moreabout Southside Trail construction

Explore the Southside Trail

Two cyclists ride on the Atlanta Beltline Southside Trail. Photo by Erin Sintos.

Ride & Explore

Across the Divide

The Southside Trail passes beneath the downtown connector interstate, which played a major role in creating the inequities that the Beltline project was created to address.

Two kids ride a scooter and bike on the Southside Trail. Photo by Erin Sintos.


Game On!

From racquet sports to frisbee, skateboard, basketball, soccer and more, the parks along the Southside Trail have a little something for everyone.

Drone image of the Southside Trail with the Atlanta skyline in the background. Photo by LoKnows Drones.


Community on the Southside

The Southside Trail is a unique blend of quiet neighborhoods with single-family homes as well as vibrant new developments that offer affordable and mixed-income housing right along the trail.

Capitol View Manor // Pittsburgh // Joyland // South Atlanta // Chosewood Park // Peoplestown

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Shopping & Retail

Shop the Southside Trail

Enterprising startups, economic equity, and entrepreneurship are the focus of the creative marketspaces in Pittsburgh Yards, while recreation of every variety can be found at The Beacon.

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Art & Culture

Celebrate Creative Voices

The Southside Trail is home to the historic So So Def Walls. Located on the I-75/85 underpass, Atlanta's most famous style-writers have left their mark.

The Southside Trail connects to Pittsburgh Yards and the Pittsburgh neighborhood. (Photo Credit: The Sintoses)

Trail Etiquette

The Beltline Is for Everybody

We want everyone of every age and background to enjoy their time on the Atlanta Beltline. Let’s respect the trails and each other by following proper trail etiquette.

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Report Maintenance Issues

Report an issue: Maintenance issues on the trail can be reported to (404) 546-0311 or by visiting Always call 911 in case of emergencies.