Atlanta is made up of people, not cars. Yet we still design our streets for dangerous, fast-moving traffic at the expense of the safety of you, your family, and your friends.
This year, more than 320,000 people walked, biked, and rolled on city streets at Atlanta Streets Alive. We chose these streets because they have important projects tied to them: a shared street on Peachtree, Complete Streets for Howell Mill and DeKalb, and brand new bike lanes on Marietta. Some exciting projects stall for lack of funding -- or of political will.
But with your support, we’re making headway. The Atlanta Transportation Plan is set for adoption by City Council and includes a Safe Streets Policy (Vision Zero) and a Multimodal Streets Policy (Complete Streets) that will embed these two important touchstones in all current and future projects.
Thank you for all the ways you’ve advocated for safe streets and better biking this year!
Your contributions will support the richness and diversity of biking and active transportation throughout Atlanta by making it safer to do so -- not just three times a year, but every day.
Please consider making a year-end gift of $100 or more to help Atlanta make the right moves towards safe streets for all.
You can also donate by checks to The Atlanta Bicycle Coalition: 889 Wylie Street SE, Atlanta, GA 30316.
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