Central Atlanta Progress and the Atlanta Downtown Improvement District (CAP/ADID) routinely advance transportation projects through the planning process. CAP/ADID works with a broad range of partners to plan for and envision a more connected and multimodal Downtown, to advance specific projects through concept and design phases, and to serve as an implementation agent on capital projects.
Recent Transportation Planning Efforts
South Downtown Transportation Plan
The South Downtown Transportation Plan, which focused on creating a livable and walkable district, created a prioritized list of transportation projects in South Downtown. It also developed typologies and curbside uses for every corridor in the neighborhood. Learn more
Curbside Management Action Plan
In partnership with Midtown Alliance, CAP/ADID developed the Atlanta Curbside Management Action Plan. The plan includes strategies to improve curbside flexibility and operations through reformed policies and enhanced physical infrastructure while prioritizing safety, equity, and access. Learn more
Commuter Bus Route Consolidation Study
CAP/ADID worked with the regional bus providers to explore opportunities to consolidate bus routes in the Downtown core to better meet the needs of our community and improve mobility. Learn more
The South Downtown MARTA Stations Makeover project designed and executed creative place making enhancements for Downtown Atlanta’s South central business district’s MARTA rail stations, specifically the Five Points and Garnett Stations. Learn more
Advancing Project Development
CAP/ADID frequently invests in concept and design to help advance specific projects into construction. Current and recently completed capital projects advanced from CAP/ADID-led concept development include the M.L. King Jr. Dr. Cycle Track, the Courtland Street Multimodal Improvements, and Forsyth Street Multi-Modal Improvements. Work will soon be underway on concepts for Centennial Olympic Park Drive and Ted Turner Drive.
Explore the programs, initiatives, and planning efforts CAP/ADID have pursued in the past in our archive. Learn more