The BeltLine is for Everybody!

The Atlanta BeltLine averages approximately two million users annually and we want to ensure that everyone helps foster a courteous, safe, and clean experience.

Be Smart. Stay Safe

The COVID-19 pandemic is far from over. We need help from all of our visitors to ensure the Atlanta BeltLine – and all of Atlanta’s economy – can continue to stay open by following CDC guidelines and City of Atlanta mandates. On July 8, 2020, Mayor Bottoms issued an executive order requiring the use of mask or a cloth face covering over one’s nose and mouth within the City of Atlanta. Among other locations, this pertains to outdoor public spaces, including the Atlanta BeltLine, “wherever it is not feasible to maintain appropriate social distancing from another person not in the same household.”

View COVID-19 BeltLine updates. #BeltLineStrong

Etiquette Reminders

The BeltLine is first and foremost a transit corridor.

While our number one priority is slowing the spread of COVID-19, The Atlanta BeltLine is a key transportation corridor for many Atlantans. It provides critical connections to groceries, medical supplies and services, and household essentials, in addition to spaces for maintaining mental health during a time of isolation. #BeltLineStrong

Some friendly reminders:

      • Avoid peak trail hours
      • Stay at a safe distance (6-10 feet)
      • Keep moving
      • Drink water regularly
      • Wash and sanitize hands often
      • Please be respectful and practice kindness

Stay Alert

  • Slow down
  • Pick up your litter
  • Clean up after your pet
  • Keep children close
  • Keep your ears open
  • Keep eyes on the trail when using phones

Stay Right

  • Share the trail
  • Slower traffic stay right
  • Walk only in twos, side-by side
  • Step off the trail to talk or stop
  • Leash your pets and keep them close

Ride Safely

  • Pass on the left
  • Call “left” or ring your bell when passing
  • Step off the trail to stop
  • Park scooters and other e-devices off of the trails