Transportation
Who We Are
The Transportation Committee is a platform for neighbors to share ideas and concerns around making our transportation corridors and inner streets safer and more accessible, with a focus on people walking and rolling (in wheelchairs, on bikes and scooters, pushing strollers, etc) and prioritizing public transit.

What We Do
We believe that sidewalks should be whole and smooth, streets should have a bike lane for every car lane, crosswalks should be distinctly raised from street level, and riding buses and trains should be as easy and convenient as riding in a car. Our work is to elevate the voice of our neighbors to achieve that vision, where the safety and comfort of going on a stroll through the park is felt going down any street in the Grant Park neighborhood. We will work together to get the attention of and collaborate with stakeholders inside and outside of our neighborhood to see our collective goals met. 

Our current high level priorities include a focus on Cherokee Ave SE and Boulevard SE.

When & Where We Meet 
We meet virtually at 7pm on the third Monday of every month, in partnership with the NPU-W Transportation Committee, due to our overlapping priorities. Scroll down to the Transportation section of this link to register:
https://cityofatlantanpu-w.org/meeting-dates-and-times

Report Pedestrian Hazards Online! (Peds.org)


 
 

Important Documents and Archives



Directions
Techlab at the Zoo Atlanta Conservation ARC. Please enter through the Conservation Education Gate (C5) at the Cherokee Parking Lot.

Address
800 Cherokee Avenue SE
Techlab at the Zoo Atlanta Conservation ARC
Atlanta, GA United States 30315
   


Contacts
Phillip Kelly
GPNA Transportation Chair