Monthly Archives: November 2016

Car-Centric Atlanta Remakes Roads For Bikes, Pedestrians

Atlanta is a car city. That’s how the roads are built. Transit is limited. There hasn’t been a strong network of paths for day-to-day cycling. Things are spread out. But voters have approved spending on changing the city’s transportation infrastructure in a bond package last year and a sales tax last week. Now big changes are… Read more

Public Meeting Recap: DeKalb Avenue Corridor Improvements Project

On November 17, 2016, Renew Atlanta hosted the DeKalb Avenue Corridor Improvements public meeting at Liberty Baptist Church, where over 250 constituents were in attendance. Among the attendees were Renew Atlanta General Manager Faye DiMassimo, Planning Commissioner Tim Keane and Councilmembers Felicia Moore, Natalyn Archibong and Kwanza Hall.

Community meeting scheduled to discuss DeKalb Avenue Corridor Improvements through the Renew Atlanta Bond Program

Atlanta City Councilmembers Kwanza Hall and Natalyn Archibong are encouraging residents and stakeholders to attend a community meeting for the Renew Atlanta Bond Program’s DeKalb Avenue Corridor Improvements Project on Thursday, November 17 from 6 until 8 p.m. at Liberty Baptist Church, 395 Chamberlain Street, S.E.

Faye DiMassimo to Speak at MARTA’s Get Ready for Transportation Summit on 11/14

On Monday, November 14, 2016, Renew Atlanta General Manager Faye DiMassimo will speak at MARTA’s Get Ready for Transportation Summit at the Georgia International Convention Center in College Park, GA. Renew Atlanta will also have a vendor table where attendees can gain invaluable industry information and take advantage of future transportation contracts worth billions of dollars.