What to Know for Atlanta Streets Alive Highland+

 Where will you be in 9 days? If you're not at Atlanta Streets Alive Highland+, you're missing a chance to witness the transformative effects of open streets on the community.  Read more

Atlanta City Council members and key city staff attend Chicago Study Tour with ABC and PeopleForBikes

Image credit Chicago Community Loan Fund Last week, five Atlanta City Councilmembers, Commissioners of the Department of Planning and Community Development and Public Works, key city staff including the Mayor's Office, and several Atlanta Bicycle Coalition board members and staff attended a study tour of Chicago. Sponsored by PeopleForBikes, the tour was coordinated by ABC, the City of Atlanta, and the Chicago Department of Transportation.   Read more

Business and Bikes is a Success!

On Friday, August 14, 170 local residents biked to Peachtree Street between 8th and 10th Streets in Midtown Atlanta as part of the first ever Business and Bikes. Read more

Bike repair kiosks coming to MARTA stations

Soon people on bikes will be able to make routine bicycle repairs at select MARTA rail stations across the system. MARTA is installing seven self-service, Dero bicycle repair kiosks equipped with the necessary tools for routine bike maintenance and repair, from tightening handlebars to pumping a flat tire. Read more

We have big news about Atlanta Streets Alive!

We have some big news about Atlanta Streets Alive that we'd like to share with you!  Read more

Why You Should Attend Business and Bikes on Friday

We at the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition love and support local businesses. And many of these local businesses love us back. You may have heard about our brand-new Business and Bikes event on Friday, August 14th, where we'll collectively support restaurants and shops along Peachtree Street between 8th and 10th streets. Read more

What to know about the Peachtree Center Avenue Bike Lanes

The Atlanta Downtown Improvement District and the City of Atlanta have completed construction on the protected two-way bike lane along Peachtree Center Avenue (between Peachtree Street and Edgewood Avenue) to provide a safe north-south cycling route through the heart of Downtown.  This protected bike lane will connect to other bikeways planned in Downtown on Peachtree Street, John Portman Boulevard, Edgewood Avenue and Auburn Avenue, as well as the citywide network proposed in Cycle Atlanta. Read more

Congrats to our summer 2015 Earn-a-Bike Graduates

After eight weeks of hands-on classes, 40 adults walked away with their own bicycles at the Earn-a-Bike graduation last week. Read more

Five reasons to apply for our bike advocacy bootcamp

Atlanta is a city of doers. We are not content sitting on the sidelines waiting for our city to make improvements. We make our own change. And that's why we are launching our first-ever advocacy bootcamp.  Read more

Tour de BeltLine 2015 a Success!

About 500 people joined us in Grant Park for the Tour de BeltLine to ride bikes, learn more about the Atlanta BeltLine corridor, and spend an afternoon relaxing with friends new and old. Read more

Bike Week 2015 Recap

In case you haven't heard, last week was a huge week for biking in Atlanta! We're taking a look back at all the bike news and events in Atlanta: on social media and in the news!  Read more

City of Atlanta accepting applications for Chief Bicycle Officer

Chief. Bicycle. Officer. For the last three years, ABC has worked with multiple stakeholders to broker a deal for the creation of a Chief Bicycle Officer for the City of Atlanta. The Atlanta Bicycle Coalition is happy to announce that the city is officially accepting applications for the position of Chief Bicycle Officer! (Please see the job description here.) Read more

It's Bike Week in Atlanta!

Bike Month is kicking into high gear with a week packed full with great bike events. We just wanted to drop you a note so you don't miss out. Let's celebrate the change we're seeing in our city (hello bike lanes on Peachtree Street), and have fun while pushing for more!  Read more

Atlanta City Council approves Infrastructure Bond list

Atlanta City Council voted unanimously to APPROVE the $250 million Infrastructure Bond project list Monday, May 4, after a lively discussion. Councilmembers previously asked for a breakdown of the project list by council district, an amendment that apparently was met, although we haven't seen the breakdown yet. Read more

Advocacy Update: Infrastructure Bond

In March, Atlanta voters approved a $250 million infrastructure bond that would repair roads, fix bridges, and add bike lanes and complete streets projects throughout Atlanta. Voters approved a draft project list, and Councilmembers will discuss (and potentially vote on) that list today. Read more

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