The Atlanta Downtown Improvement District is committed to create and maintain a variety of transportation options for the city residents and visitors traveling to, from, and about Downtown Atlanta. Partnerships with the City of Atlanta and others have provided funding and in-kind support to build a bike lane network which currently totals approximately 7 linear lane miles in Downtown Atlanta.
The bike lane infrastructure ranges spans several lane types and the variety of facilities include traditional roadway flanking bike lanes, separated bi-directional, and multi-use side paths -- where space and conditions are accommodating. The Atlanta Downtown Improvement District's goal is to grow the core bike lane network in order to offer genuine alternatives to car trips with safe, comfortable, and convenient options for two-wheel trips.
The most recent additions to Downtown's bike lane network include bi-directional cycling lanes on Peachtree Center Ave, between Peachtree St and Edgewood Ave, and John Portman Blvd, between Centennial Olympic Park Dr. Each of these projects were developed as extensions to the existing bike lane network. As such, ridership continues to grow steadily as these and future bike lane infrastructure expands mobility options in Downtown.
ADID also installs bike racks annually around Downtown. To find a bike rack in Downtown, use our interactive map.
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