The Atlanta BeltLine’s trails are perhaps the most ubiquitous aspects of the project. Designed with multiple modes in mind, the trails serve as a precursor to transit, connecting many neighborhoods that have been historically divided by the railroad corridor. More than 2,000,000 people visited the Atlanta BeltLine’s trails in 2018, demonstrating the pent-up demand for alternative ways of getting around.
Documents Related to Trails
|Southside trail – Segment 1
Download this fact sheet to learn more about the this Atlanta BeltLine segment that stretches 0.8 miles from the southern terminus of the Westside Trail at University Avenue to Pittsburgh Yards, just west of the I-75/I-85 overpass.
|Download Westside Trail Fact Sheet
Download this fact sheet to learn more about the Westside trail.
Explore the Atlanta BeltLine with this Trail Map. Using a 33-mile network of multi-use trails, the Atlanta BeltLine is creating a new public realm – offering a pedestrian-friendly environment which promotes walking, jogging, biking, and affordable housing.
|Eastside Trail Fact Sheet
Download this fact sheet to learn more about the Eastside trail.
|Southside Trail Design and Reynoldstown Stage Update: Meeting Presentation
|Atlanta BeltLine Typologies
|Integrated Action Plan (IAP) 2015
In 2015, ABI completed an Integrated Action Plan to determine how to best achieve the 2005 Redevelopment Plan’s ambitious economic development and housing goals. The approach of the IAP is practical and action-oriented. It concentrates on fiscal years 2016 to 2020 while establishing a longer-term general framework through 2030.
|Atlanta BeltLine 2030 Strategic Implementation Plan
In December 2013, ABI adopted the 2030 Strategic Implementation Plan (SIP), which will guide the citywide transportation and redevelopment program through its completion.
|Strategic Implementation Plan
Similar to the 2005 Atlanta BeltLine Redevelopment Plan and the original Plan of Work for 2006-2010 Budget (Five Year Work Plan), the Atlanta BeltLine’s 2030 Strategic Implementation Plan (SIP) presents a framework to complete the short- and long-term elements of the Atlanta BeltLine program. Adopted in 2013, this document lays out a flexible strategy that will continue to be updated over the life of the program, bringing the full Atlanta BeltLine vision to fruition.
|Strategic Implementation Plan (SIP) – TADAC Performance Report 2019
TADAC’s review of Period 1 of the Strategic Implementation Plan. Presented May 2, 2019.