Street Campaigns

Peachtree Street - connecting the heart of the city

DeKalb Avenue - connecting Eastside neighborhoods and Decatur with Georgia State and Downtown Atlanta

Lee Street - connecting Southwest neighborhoods to the BeltLine and Downtown via a signature multi-use trail

Ralph David Abernathy - connecting seven amazing Atlanta neighborhoods - Westview, West End, Adair Park, Pittsburgh, Mechanicsville, Summerhill, and Grant Park - from RDA to Georgia Avenue.

Monroe Drive at 10th - making it safe for people to cross this busy BeltLine intersection and continue on Monroe or 10th

Protect Ponce - upgrading the painted bike lane with physical barriers separating cars from people on bikes, to make it safer and more attractive to bicycle Ponce de Leon in time for the BeltLine ramp to connect the corridor with the Eastside Trail. 

Renew Atlanta - In 2015, City of Atlanta voters approved a bond to finance long put-off infrastructure repairs. Projects include repaving streets and building Complete Streets. Ensure the city takes full advantage of this opportunity to expand the network of bike lanes. 

TSPLOST 2016A sales tax referendum for transportation infrastructure projects (TSPLOST) is on the ballot in fall 2016. It could inject about $300 million into transportation projects, with a majority of the funding going towards complete streets and trails.