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 Midtown. 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 Central Atlanta Progress and the Atlanta Downtown Improvement District, Midtown Alliance has developed the Atlanta Curbside Management Action Plan that identifies projects and policies that advance the mobility, safety, and equity of people and businesses in two of Atlanta’s bustling neighborhoods.
The Curbside Management Plan addresses all activities at the curb, including:
A foundational element of the plan was the development of curbside typologies. These typologies help prioritize uses at the curb based on land use, available right-of-way, and future transportation plans. To view a storymap of the typologies, click here.
The plan is premised on extensive public and stakeholder engagement. For content from the prior public workshops, click here.