Atlanta Streets Alive Goes Crosstown

*A experiential testimony from Melinda, the blogger who writes Life on Wessyngton Road. Last Sunday [April 17] was the first Atlanta Streets Alive event of 2016. Atlanta Streets Alive is an open streets event sponsored by the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition. If you've never been to an open streets event, you've missed out on a potentially transformative experience. Read more

Ride Your Bike in the Street for Once (or Rather, 4 Times!) at Atlanta Streets Alive This Year

Have you gotten wind of the four dates for Atlanta Streets Alive this year, the first of which is this upcoming Sunday? Have you perhaps even put the dates on your calendar and thought about finally, finally, getting the wind in your hair out there smack in the middle of the street? But now that the date is almost here, maybe you have a few questions about what to expect, how to get there (especially if it’s in a part of town you don’t know that well), and if it’s good for those of us who consider ourselves bike riders rather than cyclists.  Read more

Engaging Communities Through Placemaking at Atlanta Streets Alive

"Cities have the capability of providing something for everybody, only because, and only when, they are created by everybody." – Jane Jacobs    Read more

3 Ways to Go Green on St. Patty’s Day (and Every Day) in Atlanta

If you’re an everyday errand-running bike rider like me, you don’t want to rely on the Luck of the Irish (on St. Patty’s Day or any day) to feel safe out there on the streets. In fact, concern about safety may be keeping you from riding your bike as often as you would like or going where you want to go on it. Read more

2016 National Bike Summit Takeaways

The National Bike Summit & Womens Forum, the biggest national bike conference, brought together hundreds of bicycle advocates in DC to share best practices, policy ventures, and encouragement of local and federal initiatives. ABC sent four staff (Rebecca, Haydée, Heather, and Jordyne) who attended a total of 23 sessions, and visited the offices of two Senators and five Representatives on Capitol Hill. While we absorbed too much knowledge to share it all here, these are our biggest takeaways... Read more

Benchmark Report Shows Increase In Biking

New National Report Ranks Atlanta on Biking and Walking Read more

The 2016 Blinkie Awards Highlight Shining Stars

The 2016 Blinkies were a success! Check out our winners... Read more

Monroe & 10th Updates

Last week was a sad one. Following a tragic crash on Monroe Drive, we called for safety improvements at the intersection of Monroe & 10th. Many of you took part, and we appreciate your involvement. This is just the beginning of a push for safer speeds, crossings, and people-oriented streets. Last week Mayor Kasim Reed and Atlanta City Council members pledged to accelerate the Monroe Drive safety overhaul and complete street project. Read more for details. Read more

And the Blinkie Award for Bike-Friendly Neighborhood goes to...

And our Blinkie Award for Bike-Friendly Neighborhood goes to... Read more

And the Blinkie Award for Local Bike Shop goes to...

And the Blinkie Award for Local Bike Shop goes to... Read more


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