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    Remembering Brittany as we rally for a safer Hollowell Parkway

    On Sunday, March 19, 2023, we joined Brittany Glover’s family and friends, safe streets advocates, local government officials, and community members to hold a memorial and rally honoring Glover. Last September, Glover was leaving an event when she was hit and killed while walking across Donald Lee Hollowell Parkway in west Atlanta. The driver sped off, leaving her to die. The driver has not yet been found. Donald Lee Hollowell Parkway is part of the High Injury Network and one of the worst streets in Georgia involving pedestrian crashes resulting in serious or fatal injuries, according to the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT). Since 2017, at least 13 people have been killed in car crashes on the corridor, six of them while walking. Speakers at the event discussed the need to make streets like Donald Lee Hollowell Parkway measurably safer for pedestrians: click here to take action!
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    Notes from DeKalb Ave: March 9, 2023

    Last week we attended a raucous community meeting about the DeKalb Ave safety project organized by Councilmember Liliana Bakhtiari and hosted by the Atlanta Departments of Transportation and Watershed. 
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We cannot have mobility justice without racial justice. We are an organization dedicated to reclaiming Atlanta’s streets as safe, inclusive, and thriving spaces for people to ride, walk, and roll. We talk a lot about re-envisioning streets as inclusive public spaces. Seeing our streets militarized is the antithesis of what public space should be about. Safe streets involve more than bike lanes and traffic calming. They are streets where everyone is free from persecution and violence. Safety and inclusivity mean Black people can walk our streets without fearing an assault on their lives or their dignity. Read more...