Emory e-Course Uses Metro Atlanta as Lab to Explore the Meaning of Progress

By Paul Donsky | Atlanta Regional Commission | April 12, 2019

Metro Atlanta is young, vibrant place, but we’ve got a fair amount of history, too. Think Civil Rights, Civil War, and even Coca-Cola. An innovative, two-week online course from Emory University that starts Monday is using metro Atlanta as a textbook of sorts to explore the region’s progress and development – and how views about … Continue Reading →

Atlanta Skyline

Looking for “100 Great Ideas” to Improve Housing Affordability

By Marquita Bundrage and Kate Sweeney | Atlanta Regional Commission | April 3, 2019

Here’s a sobering statistic: Most metro Atlanta neighborhoods are no longer affordable for families earning less than $50,000 a year, making it hard to afford essentials like food, healthcare and clothing. It’s a serious challenge. But it’s one that the 100 Great Ideas Facebook Campaign is out to tackle—through your input and participation. The week … Continue Reading →

A project rendering of the overlook on the Cumberland area’s Bob Callan Trail

Beyond the BeltLine: 4 Innovative Projects on the Bike-Ped Scene

By Kate Sweeney and Curt Holman | April 1, 2019

The Atlanta BeltLine justifiably generates plenty of buzz and headlines. But there’s much more to the region’s bike-ped network. Communities across the region are adding to the well-over-200 miles of trails already in place in metro Atlanta, to develop what will be a comprehensive, connected trail network. Let’s explore four of the most innovative projects … Continue Reading →