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Downtown's highway-capping park concept launches (useful) website
New Stitch info source provides cost updates, breakdown of park sections, history
November 16, 2022 by Josh Green
Downtown's Stitch proposal scores largest federal investment to date
But $1.2M is drop in the bucket for greenspace project described as transformative
October 28, 2022 by Josh Green
MARTA picks team for Westside's first station redevelopment
Mixed-use plans at Bankhead station call for nearly 500 new homes, with some reserved as affordable
October 14, 2022 by Josh Green
Report: Construction on downtown's 'Stitch' could start in 2024
But Central Atlanta Progress estimates the highway-capping park wouldn't be complete for a decade—at the earliest
September 21, 2022 by Josh Green
Poll: Do you think downtown's highway-capping 'Stitch' will happen?
With World Cup on horizon, encouraging signs for Atlanta's "front yard"—including federal funding—abound. But is it too ambitious?
August 3, 2022 by Josh Green
Apartments billed as 'affordable living near the BeltLine' debut
Bankhead project called Parkside overlooks Microsoft's future campus
June 1, 2022 by Josh Green
Atlanta Streets Alive's long-awaited comeback takes step forward
Proposed legislation would make Peachtree Street car-free once a month—but not until next year
April 26, 2022 by Josh Green
City wants crackdown on drivers who park in Atlanta bike lanes
Legislation urges Atlanta Police Department to remove violator's vehicles
March 22, 2022 by Josh Green
MARTA's station development next to future Microsoft campus is a go
Transit agency seeks developers to transform Bankhead MARTA hub
January 31, 2022 by Josh Green
Renderings: City's pick (and runner-up) for key affordable housing build
Downtown Atlanta site has been called one of city's "most convenient locations"
December 25, 2021 by Josh Green
Where TSPLOST's $300M would fix sidewalks, install bike lanes, and more
City of Atlanta is once again asking for your support to improve infrastructure
December 11, 2021 by Evan Maag
Federal funds to boost downtown's highway-capping 'Stitch' proposal
As with the BeltLine's Southside Trail, U.S. DOT grant will aim to help fuse neighborhoods back together
November 22, 2021 by Josh Green
Across Atlanta, plans move forward to add 10,000 more streetlights
"Our communities have been in the dark for too long, and crime has been lurking in these shadows"
October 26, 2021 by Josh Green
Downtown Atlanta neighbors plead to city: 'Save MARTA bus rapid transit'
In open letter, downtown association argues time is of the essence to get MARTA BRT right
October 20, 2021 by Josh Green
City council approves $3.5M to help address Atlanta homelessness
Money matched by philanthropic funds expected to provide hundreds of beds
October 19, 2021 by Josh Green
Affordable housing advances in one of Atlanta's 'most convenient locations'
What should be built on long-vacant lot in shadow of City Hall?
September 9, 2021 by Josh Green
Atlanta City Council OKs controversial police, fire training complex
Legislation to build $90-million campus passes by 10-4 vote late Wednesday
September 9, 2021 by Josh Green
Marathon comments session for Atlanta's police/fire complex carries into 2nd day
Meanwhile, GDOT's hellacious I-285 lane closures have been delayed
September 8, 2021 by Josh Green
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