The City of Atlanta Transportation Plan focuses on the city’s immediate transportation needs by prioritizing the timing of projects and lays the groundwork for long-term investments. The goal is to create an efficient system that focuses on the customer experience and leverages technology, data and new mobility choices.
Cycle Atlanta 1.0: The Cycle Atlanta: Phase 1.0 Study is an implementation strategy and 2015 appendix to the Connect Atlanta Plan 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. Cycle Atlanta: Phase 1.0
Cycle Atlanta 2.0: The Cycle Atlanta: Phase 2.0 Study is an implementation strategy adopted with Atlanta’s Transportation Plan in late 2018. The Cycle Atlanta: Phase 2.0 Study is an implementation strategy for improving the safety and convenience of bicycling to six Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) rail stations within the City of Atlanta. Cycle Atlanta: Phase 2.0
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