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Atlanta on the Move: Candidates for Mayor on our transportation future

In many ways, we plan our lives around how we're going to get places. Transportation affects all of us in ways both obvious and almost invisible.

 

Yet with so many candidates for mayor of our city this year, you might not have heard where they stand on the future of transportation in Atlanta, especially transit, walking, and biking. That's why a coalition of advocacy groups working to increase transportation options is hosting this forum, dedicated to walking, biking, and access to transit!

 

What would candidates do to make streets safe for people walking, biking, and waiting for the bus? What transportation related ideas do they have to keep Atlanta affordable? What investments are most pressing to realizing Atlanta's potential for active transportation modes? Get answers to these and more questions (including some submitted by you!)

 

Expect a lively discussion and an informative evening. Finger food will be provided. This event is free and open to the public. Children are welcome to attend.

 

Organized by the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition, in partnership with PEDSThe MARTA ArmyPartnership for Southern EquityYoung Professionals in Transportation AtlantaSouthern Environmental Law CenterCitizens for Progressive TransitSierra Club Metro AtlantaEnvironment GeorgiaAtlanta Cycling FestivalCivil BikesAdvance Atlanta, and the Transformation Alliance.

 

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Getting there

 

The Loudermilk Center is located in the heart of Downtown Atlanta, easily accessible by MARTA, the streetcar, biking, or walking.

Nearest MARTA bus routes: 3, 155

Nearest MARTA train stations: Peachtree Center and Five Points

Bicycle parking will be provided and nearest bike lanes are on Edgewood, Park Place, and Auburn

There is an attached garage with paid car parking

Directions available via loudermilkcenter.com/location

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