Transit friends! The 5th Annual TransportationCamp South is coming up in Atlanta on Sat, Feb 24th... (if unfamiliar, please watch & r...ead…/how-transportationcamp-wor…/) ... We'd love to see you there! Online registration avail at

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The City of Atlanta just completed #solar training for its employees:

Metro Atlanta officials say they’ll continue work on climate change initiatives, regardless of what the federal government does. On Tuesday, President

Will you be joining TransportationCamp South 2017 at Georgia Tech today? There's still time to sign up, the event runs from 9-5!

Learn, participate, or even lead a session...

Never been? Watch this video: & Read:…/how-transportationcamp-works-the-e…

Mobility Lab interviewed some of the biggest thinkers in transportation and urbanism at TransportationCamp 2015 to discuss how big trends take hold, and how ...

"It’s a good time to be an ATLien...

But this isn’t new for The A."

From Migos and Gucci Mane to Donald Glover’s ‘Atlanta’ and the Falcons, the ATL has risen, and is now dominating popular culture in a major way.

For any ATL enviros/sustainability enthusiasts, December Green Drinks at FlatironCity is this Wed! It's a free monthly social gathering, an opportunity to make new friends & network with like-minded locals...

“I believe in the Atlanta BeltLine,” Ryan Gravel said in an interview Monday afternoon. “I believe it can be for everybody. I don’t believe it’s too late. I want to be constructive, and I want to build the BeltLine that we’ve been talking about.”

Two prominent board members turned in their resignations Monday saying not enough emphasis is being given to the issues of equity and affordability.

MARTA's next progressive move could be to begin the process of swapping out its entire fleet of train cars for more versatile vehicles that can traverse city streets and other nontraditional routes.

The transit agency is aiming to retire all of its aging train cars by 2026 and incorporate a new fleet that can double as streetcars and travel freight rails, which could be key for branching the system into Clayton County. Sounds ambitious.
For a new generation, public art has always been a familiar part of Atlanta’s landscape. But it seems like many are unsure of its purpose.

12 Stops. 12 Months.
A year of exploration along the Streetcar route...

The Monthly Streetcar Experience offers an inside glimpse into the history and happenings that shape the Downtown neighborhoods along the Streetcar line. Each Streetcar stop is unique, characterized by a vibrant blend of businesses, sites and culture. Each has its own rhythm and identity. Together,…

"When cities plant trees, they do more than make the place look nice. They also help cut energy use (by reducing the need for air conditioning), store carbon dioxide, trap airborne pollutants, and intercept rainfall. Oh, and raise property prices: As any real estate agent will tell you, 'leafy neighborhoods' are more valuable than non-leafy ones."

Trees are one of the best dollar-for-dollar investments a city can make.

"But now we have an open invitation to help in Atlanta’s redesign. We need to share our views, our thoughts, our preferences – letting people help mold the way our city will grow in the future."

The public is invited. Atlanta is undergoing an unprecedented planning effort – to envision a city with twice as many residents. The Atlanta City Design Studio wants people to participate on how the we want to grow our city...
Add some color to your neighborhood! Join us in this massive art project that will connect artists to community, engage community in the creative process, increase public access to the arts, and br…

"The remake of Ormond-Grant Park is a testament to the results volunteers in Atlanta can achieve when they pitch in and work together on a shared vision, to Atlanta City Councilmember Carla Smith, who represents the area.

“We’re talking about an old playground, which actually was dangerous, and totally rehabilitating it,” Smith said Thursday. “It’s the personality of Grant Park. We’re all about rehabbing, and the park is beautiful.”

Residents didn’t raise all the money to refurbish the 1.3 acre park. Additional support came from Atlanta, a grant from Park Pride, and a federal Community Development Block Grant."

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It took a lot of work, bake sales and visits from the Fun Bunny, and now Grant Park residents are set to cut the ribbon on their new park on Friday and then celebrate the park Saturday with a family-friendly festival.