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Data Dive: How Metro ATL Gets to Work

By Paul Donsky | Atlanta Regional Commission |

A new vision for Peachtree Street in downtown Atlanta imagines it as a shared space.

A New, ‘Shared’ Vision for Peachtree Street

By Kate Sweeney | Atlanta Regional Commission |

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Short Trips Favor E-scooters and E-bikes Over Cars

By Staff | Governing | September 12, 2019

Uber is Pulling Jump Bikes Out of Atlanta, While Company’s E-Scooters Remain

By Sean Keenan | Curbed Atlanta | September 11, 2019

Report: Car Ownership is On The Decline in Midtown

By Sean Keenan | Curbed Atlanta | September 11, 2019

New Autonomous Vehicle Test Track to Open in Metro Atlanta

By Skip Descant | Government Technology | September 6, 2019

Months after Rejecting MARTA, Gwinnett County is Launching Transit Committee

By Sean Keenan | Curbed Atlanta | September 6, 2019

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News Releases From the Region

Engage in Aging At Gwinnett's Upcoming Community Forum

By staff | Gwinnett County | September 11, 2019

Cherokee Office of Economic Development Wins Major Communication Awards at the 2019 SEDC Annual Conference

By staff | Cherokee Office of Economic Development | September 11, 2019

Fulton County Wants Citizen Input on Community Development Plan and Fair Housing Study

By staff | Fulton County Government | September 11, 2019

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Data Dive

Data Dive: How Metro Atlanta Wages Have Changed — Find Yours

This view of the tool on the 33n post illustrates the wage changes in arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media jobs. The largest wage increase has been for occupations in the high-wage category, while wages among the lower-earning professions actually dropped.

Wage Changes for High, Middle, and Low-Wage Occupations