2015 Connect Atlanta Plan Supporting Studies

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Welcome to the Connect Atlanta Plan supporting studies web page. Below, you will find information on all three Connect Atlanta Plan supporting studies including: study overview, fact sheet, proposed ordinance for adoption, presentation, and each draft study.

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Transit Oriented Development: A Strategy for Advancing Transit-Oriented Development

Overview:  Transit-oriented development is relatively dense development designed to maximize non-motorized access to transit and improve quality of life. TOD is typically the area within ½ mile from an existing or proposed transit station. TOD is an important growth management tool for the City of Atlanta and the Atlanta region for promoting smart growth, revitalizing neighborhoods, and making efficient use of the City’s transit investments.

To learn more please visit the links below.

 

Cycle Atlanta: Phase 1.0 Study

Overview: Cycle Atlanta: Phase 1.0 Study is an implementation strategy to help the City of Atlanta become more bicycle friendly. The study serves as a “how-to manual” assisting city and community leaders in developing the city as a place where people of all ages and walks-of-life can safely bicycle, both for recreation and transportation.

To learn more please visit the links below.

Overview: Cycle Atlanta: Phase 2.0 Study is a second, detail implementation strategy to help the City of Atlanta become more bicycle friendly. This detailed, technical bike infrastructure study focused on improving bike access to six MARTA rail stations including HE Holmes, West Lake, Oakland City, West End, Inman Park/Reynoldstown, and Edgewood/Candler Park.

To review the draft, please visit the link below. To learn more please visit the links below.


 Cargo Atlanta: A Citywide Freight Study

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Overview: The Cargo Atlanta Study is a comprehensive freight study on the importance of all modes of freight in the City of Atlanta. The study updates the Freight Route Map and the freight-related capital project list.

To learn more please visit the links below.

 

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