While officials in historically transit-averse Gwinnett County ponder whether to give voters another chance to welcome MARTA systems to the community, activists in Cobb County are lobbying for much the
Slowly but surely, the long-underutilized areas around Atlanta’s airport are showing signs of becoming what local leaders call Aerotropolis. In 2015, a group of political and business heavies formed the
The year of grassroots activism for improved, alternate means of transportation in Atlanta continues. So far, 2019 has seen rolling bike protests during rush hours on DeKalb Avenue, a human bike lane Midtown
Atlanta Regional Commission officials are crafting a longterm plan to boost mobility options around metro Atlanta, and they’re calling on residents to help determine what that will look like. The Regional
Downtown’s Peachtree Center already boasts the city’s largest mural, so what other artistic elements could the retail and office complex need? How about another massive piece on top of one of its buildings?
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With a scorching summer on the horizon, the Atlanta Beltline is soon to be crammed with sweaty locals, wide-eyed tourists, cats, dogs, and Bird scooters—as if it isn’t already. Thankfully, in coming months—and