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Chattahoochee Greenway Study

Help Shape the Future of the Chattahoochee River

By Paul Donsky and Marquita Bundrage | Atlanta Regional Commission | June 5, 2019

The Chattahoochee River holds a special place in our region, even if the closest some of us get to this vital natural resource is a fleeting glance from a highway bridge. While parts of the river are lined with parks and paths, access remains limited in many areas. That’s why a regional effort called the … Continue Reading →

Atlanta’s 2019 LINK Trip visits Pittsburgh.

LINK Recap: What Metro Atlanta Leaders Learned from a Trip to the Steel City

By Kate Sweeney | Atlanta Regional Commission | June 4, 2019

So, a metro ATL arts leader, parks expert, and government leader walk into a Primanti Brothers… Okay, fine: We don’t know if anyone on the 2019 LINK trip actually visited Pittsburgh’s famously sloppy sandwich dive, but here’s what we do know: About 100 leaders from the Atlanta region converged on the city of Three Rivers … Continue Reading →

Freeway traffic travels beside a MARTA train, with Buckhead skyline in background

Data Dive: How Metro ATL Gets to Work

By Paul Donsky | Atlanta Regional Commission | May 31, 2019

Few things shape our region more than how we get to work. Our commuting patterns determine where we live, work, and shop and can even contribute to health problems (tailpipe emissions – cough, cough! – are one of the main contributors to poor air quality). The Atlanta Regional Commission recently analyzed Census data about commuting … Continue Reading →

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