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Cycle Atlanta: Phase 1.0 study
We're very excited to share the Cycle Atlanta: Phase 1.0 study with you. Building on the city's 2008 comprehensive transportation plan (Connect Atlanta), the study's goal is to build a network of connected, high-quality bikeway in the core of the city. The focus is on five corridors that extend from the Atlanta BeltLine into the center of the city. Our top priority is getting bike lanes on Peachtree Street in Midtown.
The study is broken down by corridors below - click on the link to view a pdf.
Corridor B. Knight Park – Midtown – Virginia-Highland: W Marietta St. – 10th St.
Corridor C. Grove Park – Downtown – Poncey-Highland: JE Boone Blvd. – I Allen Jr. Blvd. – R McGill Blvd.
Corridor D. Mozley Park – Downtown – Grant Park: ML King Jr. Dr. – Woodward Ave.
Corridor E. Underwood Hills – Downtown – Candler Park: Howell Mill Rd – Marietta St – Edgewood Ave – Euclid Ave
Please review the plan or our summary (coming soon) and share your comments with city planners as soon as possible: e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 404-330-6145. The public comment period ends Tuesday, Dec 10th at 5 pm.