Atlanta’s resurgence in population and economic growth, as well as, impacts from neighboring suburban communities place enormous stress on the existing transportation infrastructure. To prepare for the future, Atlanta is compelled to develop a rational Comprehensive Transportation Plan (CTP) which insures mobility, continued economic growth, and desired quality of life for citizens and visitors alike. Connect Atlanta (the city’s first CTP), will ensure that Atlanta continues to lead the region in efficient, effective and affordable transportation.View PDF Document
We enlisted the GRI reporting method as a tool to report on progress in the Power to Change sustainability initiative for the near, mid and long-term future. As you turn the pages, you will see community-wide action by all stakeholder groups. The GRI is helping us to measure impact while also helping us tell Atlanta’s story in a unique and innovative way.
Mayor Kasim Reed, In Partnership with 100 Resilient Cities, Appoints Stephanie Stuckey-Benfield as City of Atlanta’s First Chief Resilience Officer November 3, 2016
Mayor Kasim Reed, In Partnership with 100 Resilient Cities, Appoints Stephanie Stuckey Benfield as City of Atlanta’s First Chief Resilience Officer Chief Resilience Officer will lead city-wide efforts to build holistic resilience …
Express Permitting for Solar Roof Installation Now Available October 24, 2016
The installation of solar photovoltaic on a roof of a structure can be simple to complex. There are several items needed when submitting for a solar photovoltaic roof permit to determine that …