... of the Westside, Capitol View, Pittsburgh, Mechanicsville, Lakewood Heights, he'll even Bankhea…
Future Atlanta Beltline jewel is prepping for public use—and life as a crucial water reservoir—next year
Justin cycles down the Beltline trail to sample the flavors of Atlanta.
Tech Job Growth in Atlanta, or High Time for More Well Heeled Boots on the Beltline,
Neighbors of Atlanta's Piedmont Park are not pleased via
Via Check out pictures of Atlanta's mission to transform a former quarry into public space:
POLL: What's your favorite way to get on the Atlanta BeltLine?
While we're very excited about the future of Bellwood Quarry, it is sort of sad to see it drained and missing...
Take a look at Westside Park at Bellwood Quarry as it prepares for its transformation into a 280-acre public park.…
This is exciting news for the . via
Amazing photos of the future Westside Reservoir Park. via
have you heard? Plans have been revealed for the largest undeveloped site along the Eastside…
Atlanta's Westside is growing up fast. Publix shopping center in '17. Major upscale residential developments in the…
Man I just took the coolest class on the Atlanta Beltline at the office
Beautiful photos of what Atlanta’s Bellwood Quarry looks like now, before construction on its remake as a public pa…
You're not prepared for this beautiful Reynoldstown contemporary home. Right on the Beltline, the newly renovated…
Photos: touring Atlanta’s majestic Bellwood Quarry, before its transition to a public park. Might look familiar to…
This looks great. ---The should pay very close attention to how this is being done.
Looking for a volunteer event this Saturday to commemorate Join for a morning c…
First run on the beltline post holidays. Post freezing temps...
This is the first in a series of hyper-local tours that we will be offering in 2018. You will see less emphasis on…
Mitch Steele on his just-opened Atlanta brewery, "I want to brew a lot of IPAs and do a l…
How the Silver Comet Trail could connect with the Atlanta Beltline
Park and reservoir coming to the Atlanta Beltline in 2018. Via >
King Center & home, Historic Ebenezer Baptist Church, Atlanta Beltline (if Sorors want to run/exercise), Botanical Gardens
Bike the Atlanta Beltline on this patio bar tour -- via
Art on the Atlanta Beltline asks for proposals | Fresh Loaf | Creative Loafing Atlanta
Join us outside Park Tavern on Saturday @ 11:00 as we walk the Art on the Atlanta Beltline exhibit! Libations after.
.put out an amazing issue of Living Intown on Sunday. All on the Atlanta Beltline. It's premium content but well worth the $.
Mayor Kasim Reed will introduce plan to connect Atlanta Streetcar and Atlanta Beltline!
The Path Force Unit participated in the 1st Bike Day on the Atlanta Beltline with Cub and Boy Scouts of Atlanta.
Dispute between APS, city threatens to slow Atlanta Beltline progress - Atlanta Business Chronicle
Another important groundbreaking for the Atlanta Beltline. We will connect the Eastside Trail to the Historic Old Fourth Ward Park. I'm excited. Let's go.
Just attended groundbreaking for our Atlanta Beltline connecting path to the Historic Fourth Ward Park. Pictured is Atlanta's Mayor Kasim Reed and others breaking ground.
Crazy lantern parade from the Atlanta Beltline @ Park Tavern
Great turnout for the Friends of Newton Trails Bike Ride on the Atlanta Beltline and PATH trails. With an adventurous group of 21, we toured from the Downtown Connector to Moreland Ave and from Inman Park to Piedmont Park. One of those times you can honestly say: A good time was had by all!
Rep. John Lewis shared a link on additional federal resources for the Atlanta Beltline
I am very pleased that the EPA is committing additional federal resources to the Atlanta Beltline.
When Kit Sutherland and her husband moved just off Ponce de Leon Avenue in the mid-1980s, the area near what's now the Atlanta Beltline was a ghost town. Before the Kroger was built in 1985, Sutherland, the president of the Fourth Ward Alliance, says that part of town was "the ultimate food desert."
Collaborate with Adron in creating a 10-ft. step pyramid sculpture on the Atlanta Beltline, and a swanky video to go with it!
Hey North Georgians. Are you in favor of the TSPLOST? It's supposed to untie the traffic mess around Atlanta, right? Please tell me how these projects will do that: $2,500,000 - New air traffic control tower, McCollum Airport. $690,000 - Runway approach lighting system, McCollum Airport. $354,400,000 - MARTA Electrical Power Rehabilitation. $118,700,000 - Marta elevator & escalator rehabilitation program. $92,700,000 - Marta Aerial Structure Rehabilitation. $128,000,000 - GRTA Xpress System, operations and capital funding for existing services. (The TSPLOST is supposed to last 10 years. Where's the funding going to come from for this after the 10 years?) $17,000,000 - Regional mobility call center. $601,892,477 - For 2 Atlanta Beltline & Streetcar projects. Just FYI-every streetcar project that Atlanta has tried in the past has failed. Is this just more money down a rat-hole? This is just part of the waste as I see it. Check out the details for yourself and I'm sure you can find more. Source:
You probably knew it spends money on projects like the Atlanta trolley and the Atlanta Beltline -- all in the name of unsnarling traffic.
When you break the T-splost down, 45% of the total $7.2 billion is being allocated for transit of that...Marta gets 30% and 7% is for maintenance...1% is for bridge replacements of Marta and CSX bridges...11% is for the Atlanta Beltline...3% is for Gwinnett Bus Rapid Transit and Light rail
The Atl Beltline stands to gain $600mil from T-Splost. THAT IS OVER TWICE THE AMOUNT FOR HENRY COUNTY!! Just say NO! Chip Conner wrote: Cobb County residents should NOT be taxed to pay for the Atlanta Beltline or any other "transportation" projects that have no direct benefit to us. I am voting NO on T-Splost. The vote is on July 31st and early voting starts on Monday. There is no proof that a 1 cent tax increase will create permanant jobs and relieve congestion on the highways. By the way, keep in mind that a 1 cent sales tax increase in Cobb would put us at a 7% rate. That 1 cent increase is a 16.67% local sales tax increase.
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