Take the Atlanta BeltLine Survey - Last Day

The Atlanta BeltLine is crafting an Implementation Plan that will guide the project’s development over the next 20 years.

The Atlanta BeltLine wants to hear from you!

The massive, comprehensive Atlanta BeltLine project touches more than 45 neighborhoods and a great deal of work has been accomplished in the past six years. Still, there is much more to do, including answering important questions about how to build the rest of the project.

The BeltLine is requesting your help to inform the priorities of the project moving forward. Take the BeltLine's survey here.

This sort of community outreach is exactly what many members within the community has been asking for.  Please take the time now to let your voice be heard in regards to the Beltline project, and on what you like and dislike.

The BeltLine is crafting an Implementation Plan that will guide the project’s development over the next 20 years. It will evaluate and prioritize transit, trails and parks projects in five year increments, giving the project planners and the public an idea of what to expect moving forward.

This survey is critical to its planning efforts, where the public is asked to help select the best criteria for evaluating projects. This survey will complement feedback the BeltLine received during public meetings in November and December, and along with staff analysis will be incorporated into the plan’s development.

This survey is open through Dec. 31, 2012. TODAY IS THE LAST DAY! At the end of the process, BeltLine officials will share the public input they received that informed the plan’s development.

The Atlanta BeltLine Implementation Plan builds on previous planning efforts conducted with extensive public input. For more background on the previous studies, policies and draft criteria, please read the presentation that is attached with this article.


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