Curbside Management Action Plan
Making the Best Use of Our Curb Space
In Atlanta, curb spaces are the front door to your grocery store, your bus, your Uber, and even your home. It's where your Amazon delivery takes place and where you park your car during a night out in Downtown. Over the years, curbside activity has expanded and accelerated along our City's busiest corridors. Keeping pace with Atlanta's growth will require a block by block look at how we can make the best use of our curbsides.
In partnership with Midtown Alliance, Central Atlanta Progress and the Atlanta Downtown Improvement District are developing the Atlanta Curbside Management Action Plan to identify projects and policies that advance the mobility, safety, and equity of people and businesses in two of Atlanta's bustling neighborhoods.
This Curbside Plan will address all activities at the curb, including:
- Commercial Loading
- Taxi, Uber, Lyft, and Food Delivery Use
- Transit Access
- Bike Activity
- Micromobility Activity (E-scooters and more)
- Pedestrian Access
The Plan will result in a thoughtful framework supporting businesses with delivery needs while prioritizing safety and access for all travelers. Recommendations will be provided to the City of Atlanta to guide future curbside investments, allocations, and improvements to benefit the community.
Virtual workshop series
The public was able to participate in the plan through numerous opportunities for feedback. Watch the public input and design sesions held throughout the planning process below:
Workshop 1 – February 18, 2021
We held our first workshop on February 18, 2021 and want to thank everyone who attended. Links to the workshop slides and recording are below.
Workshop 2 – July 15, 2021
We held our second workshop on July 15, 2021, and we want to thank all the returning and new attendees. Links to the workshop slides and recording are below.
*New! Draft recommendations are now available
The draft recommendations are now available! Learn more about the recommended strategies here.
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For additional information about this project, contact Shayna Pollock at firstname.lastname@example.org.