Atlantans approve the Rebuild Atlanta Infrastructure Bond

The Rebuild Atlanta Infrastructure Bond passes with over 85 percent of ballots cast in the March 17 Special Election.  Read more

Atlanta Bicycle Coalition Heads to D.C. for the National Bike Summit

The Atlanta Bicycle Coalition staff traveled to Washington D.C. for the Women's Forum and National Bike Summit hosted by the League of American Bicyclists last week. We had the chance to collaborate with bike advocates from across the nation; learn from experts on topics such as equity, retrofitting suburban streets, and women's leadership; and lobby our senators and representatives for important issues, such as Vision Zero. Check out our selection of tweets from attendees of the summit. Search #womenbike and #nbs15 for more tweets about the Women's Forum and the National Bike Summit.   Read more

Bike Sharing Coming to Atlanta in 2015

This week the City of Atlanta and Mayor Kasim Reed announced the launch of Atlanta Bike Share in 2015. Read more

#Bond4Bikes Update: Early Voting and Ride the Gap

Last week was a big week for our #Bond4Bikes campaign, with two big events: the Ride the Gap and the start of early voting for the Infrastructure Bond.     Read more

Lee Street Tweet and Greet

People for a Livable Lee Street in partnership with the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition and WeCycle Atlanta hosted a "Lee Street Tweet and Greet" this Saturday, February 14th.  Read more

Congrats to this year's Blinkie Award winners

Eight local organizations and individuals were honored for their contributions to bicycling at The Blinkie Awards, our annual members award party, Friday February 13 at the Trees Atlanta Kendeda Center. Read more

Now Hiring: Events Coordinator

Want to join ABC in making Atlanta better by bike? We are hiring an events coordinator to help bring our events to life.  Read more

People for a Livable Lee Street strive for a bikable/walkable connection

“What makes Lee Street livable as it is today?” Brent Brewer, a resident of the Historic West End, asked this question at last week’s People for a Livable Lee Street Listening Session. Read more

Call to Action: #bond4bikes

Cyclists Ride to City Hall, Photo Credit: Steve Eberhardt On March 17, 2015, Atlantans will head to the polls to vote on a quarter-billion dollar infrastructure bond. The project list for the bond hasn't been finalized because there are hundreds of streets projects competing for the same pot of money. The Atlanta Bicycle Coalition wants 15% of the bond to build bikeways and Complete Streets. We've already made some big strides on the the preliminary project list, but we need to fill in some gaps on the list if the bond's going to be great for you, for bikes, and for Atlanta. Read more

You spoke up for bikes! One-third of public comments asked for bikeways and complete streets.

If the public comments from the city of Atlanta’s proposed infrastructure bond were a twitter feed, “bike projects” would be trending. Even we were surprised to see the word "bike" show up 376 times and "complete streets" 126 times in the public comments! An astounding one-third of all comments were requests for bike projects and Complete Streets. And a whopping 79 comments out of 767 total asked for DeKalb Avenue to be remade as a Complete Street! That's a lot of support for the $23.4 million worth of projects that would include bikeways when resurfacing streets, which comes out to 9% of the $250 million worth of transportation proposals in the total proposed package. Here’s a small sample of the many wonderful comments: Read more


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