On August 29, 2017, Renew Atlanta hosted a third public meeting discuss the Marietta Street resurfacing project at Atlanta Contemporary. Councilmember Cleta Winslow was in attendance, along with consultants from Rohadfox, Pond & Company and CH2M.
Monthly Archives: August 2017
Work has begun on the multi-purpose trail, which will string together more than 400 acres of greenspace, spanning from Maddox Park along the Beltline Westside Trail all the way to the Chattahoochee River. Read more on Curbed Atlanta.
This morning, Mayor Kasim Reed broke ground on the Proctor Creek Greenway project alongside the Renew Atlanta/TSPLOST team, Atlanta City Council, City representatives from the Office of Resilience and Watershed Management, project partners from the Emerald Corridor Foundation, Proctor Creek Stewardship Council, the Atlanta Beltline and Path Foundation, and community supporters.
The City of Atlanta is a major transportation network in Georgia’s capital city, which has grown by nearly 40 percent over the past ten years. Renew Atlanta/TSPLOST General Manager, Faye DiMassimo, sat down with Smart Rail World to discuss the past and future of the City of Atlanta’s transportation efforts. Read more on their website.
Please join Mayor Kasim Reed and City of Atlanta staff for the Proctor Creek Groundbreaking Ceremony on August 17th at 10:30 a.m. The City of Atlanta TSPLOST program is one of multiple funding sources for the Proctor Creek Greenway project.
Futuristic traffic signals, now slated for installation, have the capacity to coordinate competing mobility demands of vehicles, bicyclists and pedestrians, according to Faye DiMassimo, general manager of the Renew Atlanta infrastructure bond program and the city’s sales-tax-funded projects. Read more here.
On August 3, 2017, Renew Atlanta hosted a business stakeholder open house to discuss the Marietta Street Resurfacing project at 5 Seasons Westside Restaurant and Brewery. Councilmembers Cleta Winslow and Ivory Lee Young attended the open house, where over 30 businesses were represented.