A bus-rapid-transit route in the works along Campbellton Road in southwest Atlanta is set to get signal prioritization and other improvements to improve the commute. Read more on GovTech.
Monthly Archives: June 2018
On June 20, 2018, Councilmembers Marci Overstreet (CD 11) and Matt Westmoreland (Post 2 At-Large) joined Renew Atlanta/TSPLOST Horizontal Program Management Officer, Michele Wynn, and community members to break ground on the Childress Drive Bridge project.
What’s the difference between the Renew Atlanta Bond and Atlanta TSPLOST programs?
Applied Information, Inc., the leading developer of connected Smart Cities intelligent transportation systems, in partnership with system integrator Temple, Inc., will supply connected vehicle technology to the City of Atlanta’s second Smart Corridor – Renew Atlanta’s Campbellton Road Smart Transit Corridor project.
The City of Atlanta is partnering with Buckhead Community Improvement District (CID) and other partners, to install intelligent traffic signal controls that will provide real-time response to changing traffic conditions and optimize traffic flow second-by-second. The signal system deployment is being funded by the City’s TSPLOST program.
We are currently unable to upload documents to the Renew Atlanta website. However, this should not interfere with your ability to use the website or interactive map. While we work to resolve this issue, please click the icon below to access the May 2018 Master Schedule of projects.
One of Atlanta’s most historic corridors, named after one of its most prominent citizens, will undergo a redesign focused on emphasizing its culture, environment and economy thanks to the input of students from the University of Georgia College of Environment and Design.