The electric shuttles can carry up to eight passengers and travels up to 15 mph.
Propel ATL is the new name of the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition, revealed at the nonprofit’s May 19 “Blinkie Awards” for transportation advocacy.
AUSTIN – A spirit of optimism enveloped the 2022 LINK trip as 120 Atlanta Regional leaders traveled to the capital city of Texas from May 4 to May 7.
Feeling extra peachy today? That might be a Georgian’s intuition. On this day, 27 years ago, Georgia officially became known as the Peach State. Although our Southern state had donned the nickname for quite some time, the title didn’t become official until 1995. On to other city news: Atlanta Press Club to hold primary debates […]
Something feels right in my departure from SaportaReport coinciding with the return of a Swedish musician to a stage near metro Atlanta.
MARTA and members of the Atlanta City Council in comments Wednesday lowered tensions that have developed over the planned expansion of transit service along the Campbellton Road corridor.
Atlanta’s bicycling community got a triple jolt of support Monday from the Atlanta City Council.
By Guest Columnist CARDEN WYCKOFF, on behalf of the Save Share Peachtree Coalition Organizing Committee
At 9:55 a.m. on March 10, minutes after receiving official notice that the Peachtree Shared Space demonstration project was being removed, I tweeted:
The Atlanta Regional Commission is conducting an online survey of commuters’ mobility patterns as the beginning of a two-year effort to update the region’s program to improve air quality and reduce traffic congestion.
Gwinnett County is considering building a path through a densely developed area east of I-85 to provide an alternative to traveling by vehicle.
Tucker has approved a program to provide concrete pads and seating at seven MARTA bus stops in the second phase of an effort to improve the experience of transit riders as they wait for a bus.
The newly released regional planning review of the proposed Rivian electric vehicle plant is filled with warnings about risks to the environment and cultural heritage of Morgan County if the facility is built as proposed on land an hour east of Atlanta.
The Atlanta City Council is poised to ask MARTA to account for money it’s spent, and plans to spend, from the 0.5 percent More MARTA Atlanta sales tax city voters approved in 2016.
Alex Garvin died last week as an advocate of two issues shaping Atlanta – the Atlanta BeltLine and efforts to ease the shortage of housing.
Atlanta went to market with about $188 million in bonds with terms of a poison pill for the Buckhead City effort the day before the Atlanta City Council met Wednesday to consider the defensive maneuver.
The Atlanta City Council has raised the stakes of the Buckhead City effort by calling a vote in May 2022 for $750 million in funding for roads, greenspace and other infrastructure.
The Atlanta City Council has called two referendums for May 2022 – one to raise up to $350 million with a sales tax to fund transportation improvements, and a $406 million bond package for broad improvements to be financed by property taxes.
Johns Creek rebuilt a congested intersection in 2020 with proceeds of a sales tax for transportation Fulton County voters have agreed to extend.
Sapelo Island and its state-owned facilities are stark examples of the extent of Georgia’s digital divide. Broadband connection is tenuous at best, and threatened by equipment tumbling into a tidal creek that’s eroding along the edge.
Cobb County’s potential sales tax referendum for transit, possibly on the Nov. 8, 2022 ballot, is just part of the discussions CobbLinc and MARTA are conducting of the future of transit in four core counties of metro Atlanta.