Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is arguably the region’s biggest economic asset. Recognizing the economic potential of the area surrounding the airport, the Aerotropolis Atlanta Alliance recently adopted a roadmap for the area's future growth and development. What should you know about this blueprint for the future of Aerotropolis Atlanta?
How do you get a region built for cars to let go of the steering wheel and grab the handlebars or a pair of walking shoes? The key, according to ARC’s recently-approved updated bicycle and pedestrian plan, is offering residents safe, comfortable and convenient places to walk and bike.
About 110 Atlanta leaders traveled to the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex to learn how North Texas tackles major issues, from transportation to economic development. They also toured a park built over a downtown freeway and rode light rail to a thriving suburb.
As the Atlanta Region's population approaches the 8 million mark by the year 2040, will we be able to accommodate this growth and improve mobility? The Atlanta Region’s Plan offers a four-step approach.
What projects would make the Atlanta region a better place to live? This year’s Model ARC class recently presented eight innovative ideas to the ARC board that will be studied by ARC standing committees.
A suburban bike share program, a comprehensive transportation survey and an environmental sustainability program are among the innovative community programs to win a 2016 CREATE Community award from the Atlanta Regional Commission.
Revitalizing Buford Highway, envisioning the future of Buckhead and studying the impact of the Braves’ new stadium are just a few of the projects funded by this year’s round of Livable Centers Initiative (LCI) grants. ARC recently awarded $13 million in LCI grants to fund planning studies and related transportation projects, such as pedestrian improvements.