Be smart and stay safe on the Atlanta BeltLine!

We are grateful to our community for joining us to help #FlattenTheCurve. As the weather warms up, it is nice to step outside to take in some fresh air. Staying safe is still critically important. In support of efforts to further ensure social distancing and the safety of Atlanta residents, City of Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms has implemented the following trail usage guidelines for the Atlanta BeltLine.

 6 – 10 a.m. We are prioritizing access to the trail for older adults, people with disabilities, and those with compromised health conditions (asthma, respiratory conditions, etc.)

10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Normal daily exercise, such as walking, running, cycling, etc. for those who do not have alternative access to trails or transportation.

After 2 p.m. The trail should be used for only work and emergency-related travel

For trail users buying essentials, getting some fresh air and exercise, or walking the stir-crazy pet (or kid), here are some friendly reminders:

  • Avoid peak trail hours
  • Stay at a safe distance (6-10 feet)
  • Keep moving
  • Drink water regularly
  • Wash and sanitize hands often

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