Westview Bike Lane Removed?!

On Wednesday, July 12, we received a puzzling email from a member - “are the bike lanes being removed from Westview Drive???” Read more

It's Not Just A Bike Lane: Fear of Gentrification

Bike lanes are controversial. They often bring up things beyond the immediate transportation project, and lead to a conversation that’s much bigger - gentrification. And yet still,  to talk gentrification, we need to talk racism, classism, and multi-generational poverty. Read more

Edgewood and Auburn are being repaved - the wait is over!

Both Auburn and Edgewood Avenue were long overdue for repaving. Dips, gaps, and bumps marred the street surface, making it difficult and, in places, downright dangerous, for people on bikes or in wheelchairs to travel safely. All that is changing! Funded by the Renew Atlanta bond approved by voters in 2015, Edgewood and Auburn are being resurfaced and the bike lanes refreshed.  Read more

Are People Of Color Harassed By Law Enforcement?

A recent NPR story titled, “Biking while Black means you’ll probably get stopped more often,” highlighted a recent Minneapolis study showing that Black bicyclists are stopped more often for minor violations than white bicyclists, and escalation resulted in a disproportionate number of citations and even arrests of Blacks on bikes.   Read more

Moreland Ave / Little Five Points bike lane update

Last week the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) held an open house about a project that would add raised bike lanes and safer crossing to a key segment of Moreland Ave in Little Five Points! In case you missed it, you can still weigh by email - send a public comment by Wednesday, June 19th. Here's more info about the project, how to share your comments with GDOT, and some suggestions on what to say.  Read more

Candidates Roll with ABC Members

The Rolling Town Hall attracted members and supporters from across the city. We were joined by more than 30 candidates and 150 ABC members, and the event was covered by FOX 5 Atlanta and CBS 46 News. It's not every day that you get to roll with candidates running for office, so we want to acknowledge all of the candidates who attended this event! Read more

On transportation (un)conferences and transportation un-gineers

If you love transportation, chances are you’ve heard of TransportationCamp. Sessions of TransportationCamp have been held in New York, D.C., and Vancouver to name a few. This year, TransportationCamp South touched down in Atlanta F.K.A. Terminus, Saturday, March 25 at Georgia Tech. So what is TransportationCamp exactly? Is it when outdoorsy urbanists sleep on buses and roast marshmallows over the engine? Not exactly, though a mobile sleepover doesn’t sound like a bad idea. Read more

5 Safety Tips

*A guest post by Bruce Hagen with Bike Law Georgia.  Bike Law Georgia is a long time supporter of Atlanta Streets Alive, and actively works every day to protect cyclist’s rights in and around Atlanta. During Atlanta Streets Alive, we enjoy the luxury of riding our bikes on streets that are free from the hazards presented by cars and trucks. It’s a wonderful feeling! Read more

No More Memorials on Memorial Drive

Barbara Crawford was killed while trying to walk across Memorial Drive from Campbell Street, on her way to the store. The setting sun was bright, casted a warm glow.  Residents of Memorial Drive neighborhoods stood in a circle in the parking lot of Peter’s Food Shop, next to a lawn-mower repair shop. Read more

Staff Find Meaning & Excitement

We spend a great deal of our time, energy, passion, and tears on Atlanta Streets Alive. It embodies so much of what we believe in. And, the good news is that we think it's a blast! With that, we figured it was time to shed light on some of the personal things that make it so special for us.  Read more