Guest blog post: The Atlanta Bicycle Coalition In many cities across the U.S., May is known as National Bike Month. We’ve seen tremendous growth in the number of people biking … Continue Reading →
Atlanta BeltLine 2014 – A Year in Review
A Groundbreaking Start It’s been one of the Atlanta BeltLine’s most exciting years. Filled with progress and transformation made possible by tremendous support from our private and public funders and … Continue Reading →
Atlanta Streets Alive is Coming to the West End!
The streets of the West End are coming alive! Atlanta Streets Alive, organized by the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition, is introducing a new route. On April 20, from 2-6 p.m., a … Continue Reading →
Projects on the City of Atlanta’s 15% List to Benefit Cyclists and Pedestrians
Following the City of Atlanta’s recent announcement of the project list it plans to fund with the 15 percent of local funds from the Transportation Referendum, there are many projects … Continue Reading →
Want to Lose Weight? Lose the Commute.
It sounds like the beginning of a bad infomercial, but according to a new report from the Washington University Medical School in St. Louis, the longer the commute the more weight people … Continue Reading →
Atlanta Streets Alive Returns 5/20!
We’re really excited about this… our partner the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition is once again spearheading the incredible Atlanta Streets Alive next Sunday, May 20 from 2 – 6 pm! There … Continue Reading →