Westside BeltLine Connector

A Vital Link in Bringing the City Together

The Westside BeltLine Connector (WBC) provides 1.7 miles of connectivity from the heart of Downtown Atlanta to historic westside communities, including English Avenue, Bankhead, and Howell Station. It opened in March 2021 and was built in partnership with the PATH foundation as part of their larger project to create a 10-mile link to the Silver Comet Trail in Cobb County.

Making Connections

The WBC trail begins at the intersection of Northside Drive and Ivan Allen Jr. Boulevard near Centennial Olympic Park and the Georgia World Congress Center. It extends to the northwest, passing through several Westside neighborhoods and providing easy access to the Bankhead MARTA station and an eventual link to the future extension of the Westside Trail, just east of Marietta Blvd. at Donald Lee Hollowell Parkway.

Enjoy the Outdoors

More than a trail, the WBC is a linear park with 17 acres of greenspace and a variety of trees. It offers a convenient gathering spot to enjoy a quiet diversion from the surrounding bustle of the city.

Get Moving

Whether walking, biking, jogging, or riding a scooter, the WBC gives Westside residents and visitors an opportunity to get out, exercise, and discover new points of interest along the way.

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Thank You to Our Partners

PATH Foundation
Construction manager

The Conservation Fund
Helped facilitate the acquisition