After months of negative media attention on the GDOT Peachtree Road project that would add a combine two lanes to make a center turn lane and add bike lanes with the remaining space, both sides of the issue were represented at last night's heavily attended GDOT Peachtree Road meeting at the Shepherd Center.Read more
Rachel Krause published Social media buzz about new Chief Bicycle Officer in Blog 2015-10-14 13:04:13 -0400
Rachel Krause published City of Atlanta Hires New Chief Bicycle Officer in Blog 2015-10-05 20:17:21 -0400
The City of Atlanta has hired its new Chief Bicycle Officer, and if you’re active in the Atlanta bicycle community, you may already know her.Read more
We're dedicated to making Atlanta a safer, healthier, and all around better place to live.
During September, we want to remind everyone - people on bikes, in cars, or on foot - to help make our streets safer by following the rules of the road and watching out for other people.
Show your fellow Atlantans some love on the roads and remember to always:
1. Stop on red. Georgia law requires everyone on the road to stop for traffic signals and signs.
2. Be visible. Georgia law requires having a front light and rear reflector on your bike. We have blinkie lights if you need them!
3. Report crashes. If you see or are in a crash, report it by calling 911. More on crash reporting here.
Educate yourself to prevent crashes
- If you'd like a refresher, check out our class schedule.
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
Photo by Fenglong Photography
Atlanta Streets Alive is a very big part of what we do.Read more
Rachel Krause published Atlanta Bicycle Coalition Heads to D.C. for the National Bike Summit in Blog 2015-03-16 14:00:00 -0400
The Atlanta Bicycle Coalition staff traveled to Washington D.C. for the Women's Forum and National Bike Summit hosted by the League of American Bicyclists last week.
We had the chance to collaborate with bike advocates from across the nation; learn from experts on topics such as equity, retrofitting suburban streets, and women's leadership; and lobby our senators and representatives for important issues, such as Vision Zero.Read more
This week the City of Atlanta and Mayor Kasim Reed announced the launch of Atlanta Bike Share in 2015.Read more
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