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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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Federal Program Would Help Cities Tear Down Highways

By Angie Schmitt | Streetsblog USA | August 15, 2019

Atlanta officials: Nighttime Ban on Rented E-Scooters Only Temporary

By Stephen Deere | Atlanta Journal-Constitution | August 9, 2019

As EVs Threaten Gas Stations, Owners Turn to Amazon Lockers, Fast Food

By Marissa Luck | Houston Chronicle | August 9, 2019

Midtown Sees Uptick in Transit Ridership as Nationwide Usage Wanes

By Sean Keenan | Curbed Atlanta | August 9, 2019

Put Down that Phone: City’s New Initiative Focuses on Pedestrian Safety

By J.D. Capelouto | Atlanta Journal-Constitution | August 8, 2019

Uber Wants to Sell You Train Tickets. And Be Your Bus Service, Too.

By Kate Conger | The New York Times | August 7, 2019

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News Releases From the Region

Cobb Young Professionals Names 2019 Next Generation Award Winners

By staff | Cobb County Chamber of Commerce | August 7, 2019

By staff | City of East Point | July 22, 2019

Upcoming Cobb Young Professionals Events

By staff | Cobb County Chamber of Commerce | July 22, 2019

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At ARC Civic Dinners, metro Atlanta residents sit down together and break bread while having focused, meaningful conversations about issues that matter. Learn more and sign up!

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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