Monthly Archives: September 2017

In Case You Missed It: North Avenue Smart Corridor Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Recap

On September 14, 2017, the Renew Atlanta/TSPLOST team partnered with Atlanta Information Management to host the North Avenue Smart Corridor ribbon cutting ceremony. In attendance were Mayor Kasim Reed; First Lady Sarah-Elizabeth Reed; City of Atlanta Chief Operating Officer Dan Gordon; Georgia Tech President “Bud” Peterson; Georgia Department of Transportation Commissioner Russell McMurry; Jamestown CEO… Read more

Georgia Tech Expands Samrt City Research Initiatives

In order to further investigate the possibilities of smart cities, Tech has expanded its partnership with the City of Atlanta. The collaboration has existed since 2015. Atlanta is attempting to use technologies to implement smart city tools in order to decrease issues with traffic congestion and improve public safety. Read more on Technique.

In West Midtown, Marietta Street Could Get Bike Lanes, Center Turn Lane

Marietta Street, stretching from Howell Mill Road to Ivan Allen Jr. Boulevard, is gearing up for a long-overdue makeover. The corridor, linking West Midtown and downtown, is a heavily used truck route, with potholes and crumbling asphalt to show for it. Now, as part of the Renew Atlanta Bond package, work will soon begin to tidy up… Read more