Temporary lane closure for the resurfacing of Glenwood Avenue SE west of Moreland Avenue SE
Glenwood Avenue SE from Brownwood Avenue SE to Moreland Avenue SE
Weather permitting, the lane will go into effect at 9:00 a.m. on Monday, October 18, 2021, and remain in place from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. until the resurfacing work is completed. Local access will be maintained for the duration of this project.
Please observe street closure restrictions. Motorists should pay close attention to the “caution” and “slow” sign. In addition, please be aware of traffic control personnel in this area
Additional questions may be directed to the Atlanta Department of Transportation Public Relations, Manager Michael Frierson at firstname.lastname@example.org, or (404) 710-9560.
NPU-W Elections for 2022 Community Representatives and Officers will be held at the General Meeting on October 27, 2021. For those interested in running for a Community Seat, as an Officer or would like to express interest in serving as a Committee Chair or on a Committee, please view these important links.
NEW DATE: Save the date for 9/30! Park(ing) Day is an annual global event where cities transform and activate parking spaces to call attention to the need for more urban space for people. Join CAP and the Department of City Planning for Park(ing) Day on Thursday, September 30 from 11am-3pm to explore the Peachtree Shared Space.
We will have a range of free activities along all three blocks of the shared space. Plus, stop by the Peachtree Center Green Market, which will be going on from 11-1! Activities include:
Chalk art by the Georgia Chalk Artists Guild throughout the Shared Space
On street dining throughout the space – grab food along the corridor and sit outside!
Comedy + yoga
Architecture tours with Dean Baker, 12 pm and 2 pm, meeting at Baker and Peachtree
Dog portraits with the Peachtree Center skyscape – 1 -2 pm – bring your pup on by for a photo with iconic Atlanta architecture.
Register for your (free) ticket to Park(ing) Day here.
For the 12th year, MARTA and local nonprofits will come together to host a National Voter Registration Day. National Voter Registration Day is a nonpartisan holiday that celebrates our country’s democracy by encouraging every eligible American to vote. On this special day, MARTA will host nonprofit organizations to conduct voter registration activities and share information inside the stations.
On September 28th, 2021,from 2-7p.m., MARTA patrons can register to vote at the following stations: Doraville – H.E. Holmes – West End – Kensington – Lindbergh Center – Five Points – College Park
Remember to bring your state identification card or state issued driver’s license in order to register. COVID-19 protocols will be in place for the safety of MARTA’s customers, partner organizations, and staff. Masks are required. Volunteers will be at these seven stations to register MARTA patrons to vote.
Due to staffing shortages that continue to affect the solid waste industry nationwide, the Department of Public Works (DPW) has taken immediate, aggressive action to address challenges with collecting yard trimmings. As a result of two successful hiring events, DPW is placing more crews on routes and projects continued increases in crews over the coming weeks to ensure the timely collection of yard trimmings. DPW continues to collect trash and recycling in a timely manner and is addressing any missed collections in those areas quickly once identified. PLEASE LEAVE ITEMS CURBSIDE AS CREWS CONTINUE TO COLLECT YARD TRIMMINGS. For more information regarding DPW collection efforts, visit www.atlantaga.gov/publicworks.
Southeast Study Group – Subarea 4 Master Plan Update
September 30, 2021 from 6:30-8pm
Join Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI) as we update the Subarea 4 Master Plan which is a plan to guide growth for vibrant, livable mixed-use communities by applying best management practices for transit-oriented development, mobility, affordable housing, green space and alternative modes of transportation.
In this meeting, we are seeking input from community as we review goals for land use, mobility, mobility and greenspace. We will also provide a detailed analysis of existing conditions in the subarea that will help inform the future design workshop in October. The meeting will conclude with questions and discussion.
Re-imagine the future of transit as a fast-moving work of art! We need your help selecting the bold and exciting exterior for MARTA’s new rail cars. Click hereto review our four potential design themes for MARTA’s sleek new railcar fleet, then tell us which version you like best, and why. This quick and easy survey only takes a few minutes to complete.
In 2019 MARTA’s board of directors approved a $646 million agreement with Stadler Rail for the purchase of 254 new rail cars. The procurement, which is the single largest for either organization, is a milestone in MARTA’s capital improvement program aimed at more efficient performance and enhanced customer experience. The rail cars are scheduled to be delivered between 2023 and 2028, with the delivery of a pilot car in 2022.
YOUR RIDE, YOU DECIDE
You are just a click away from helping MARTA select the exterior design of our next generation of rail cars that will upgrade your ride and enhance the overall customer experience. During our Phase I efforts, more than 17,000 votes were cast to help shape key attributes of the completely redesigned interior cabin. It’s your ride, you decide!
Our online survey is open until October 9, so share your thoughts today.
RAISING THE BARMARTA’s next generation of rail cars will build upon new technology and advance safety and security for all customers. The goal is to expand comfort and convenience elements to create a reimagined transit experience. Each new pair of rail cars will feature:an open gangway design with modernized electronic signage and public address system,more comfortable seating,handholds and stanchions with better functionality,wheelchair locations,charging stations,luggage space,and enhanced video surveillance. The new rail cars will also interface with other investments aimed at enhancing the customer experience such as MARTA’s new integrated operations center, new station audio-visual information upgrade, systemwide elevator and escalator upgrade, restroom modernization program and station rehabilitation program which will refresh MARTA stations.
GET IN TOUCH! Got questions? We’re here for you. For more information contact us at 404-848-5000.
Park(ing) Day is an annual global event where cities transform and activate parking spaces to call attention to the need for more urban space for people. Join CAP and the Department of City Planning for Park(ing) Day on Friday, September 17 from 11am-3pm to explore the Peachtree Shared Space.
The demonstration project along Peachtree Street between Baker and Ellis Streets showcases the ways we can use existing space, usually designated for cars, to improve the experience of being in Downtown Atlanta. On Park(ing) Day, come explore a range of free activities along all three blocks and join us in imagining ways Downtown can be friendlier for cars, businesses, and people. Activities range from chalk art from the Georgia Chalk Artists guild, giant jenga and lawn games and free Mocha pops!
Register for your (free) ticket to Park(ing) Day here.
The Atlanta City Design is a guiding document for the City of Atlanta. Its purpose is to articulate an aspiration for the future city that Atlantans can fall in love with, knowing that if people love their city, they will make better decisions about it. The book is available online and now is available in print at Posman Books at Ponce City Market.
Hear from the leaders behind the book, Commissioner of City Planning Tim Keane, Chief Housing Officer of Atlanta Housing Terri Lee and Beltline creator Ryan Gravel on September 16th from 6-8 pm at Ponce City Market outside at the Amphitheater. Register here to attend. Both free tickets as well as tickets that include the purchase of the book are available.