Mayoral candidates gather for a lively discussion on biking, walking, and transit


Thank you to the partners, attendees, and Mayoral candidates who participated in the Atlanta on the Move Mayoral Forum. More than 300 people attended the event and 2.2 thousand people have viewed the Facebook Live feed. While there was unanimous support among the candidates for 100 new miles of bike lanes by the end of their mayoral term and the creation of an Atlanta Department of Transportation, candidates took different approaches to questions about MARTA expansion, affordable housing and building community support for bike lanes. Many attendees said that they now have a better understanding of where these candidates stand on issues they care about. But our work isn't finished!

Mayoral Questionnaire

The Atlanta Bicycle Coalition and the nonprofit partners involved in organizing the Atlanta on the Move Mayoral Forum created a list of detailed questions. While it was not possible to ask all of these questions at the forum, we are giving candidates an opportunity to provide written responses to these questions. Candidate answers will be shared with you and our partner as soon as they become available.

Media Coverage

Saporta Report: Atlanta mayoral hopefuls talk traffic, transit fixes.

Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Atlanta mayor’s race: A wide-open contest that will shape the region

Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Atlanta mayoral candidates deal with issues of race at bicycling forum

Forum Video and Photos

Atlanta on the Move Mayoral Forum Photos and Facebook Live Video 

 Mayoral Candidates

Peter Aman, Rohit Ammanamanchi, Keisha Lance Bottoms, John Eaves, Vincent Fort (Not Pictured), Kwanza Hall, Laban King, Ceasar Mitchell, Mary Norwood, Michael T. Sterling, Cathy Woolard, and Glenn S. Wrightson (Not Pictured). 

 Thank You Partners

The Atlanta on the Move Mayoral Forum was organized by the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition, in partnership with PEDS, The MARTA Army, Partnership for Southern Equity, Young Professionals in Transportation Atlanta, Southern Environmental Law Center, Citizens for Progressive Transit, Sierra Club Metro Atlanta, Environment Georgia, Atlanta Cycling Festival, Civil Bikes, Advance Atlanta, and the Transformation Alliance.

A big thank you to our moderator, Rose Scott!



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