The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Despite falling ridership numbers on the region's public transit system (bucking the nationwide trend), the Georgia Department of Transportation is studying options for building a multi-modal transit hub in downtown Atlanta.
Apr 2, 2013   The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
A heavy backlash against a toll road in Georgia spurs several innovative compromises.
May 14, 2005   The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
An 18-month, $2.5 million study concluded that an "inner core" transit loop around Atlanta is feasible.
Feb 13, 2005   The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
A report by the Trust for Public Land, which will be released Monday, knits together a nascent proposal for a 22-mile transit loop through 46 historic Atlanta neighborhoods with an ambitious blueprint for a 23-mile bike trail, 1,400 acres o
Dec 21, 2004   The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
What seemed like a pipe dream is now being touted by a nationally respected conservation group as the next great vision for the city of Atlanta.
Dec 20, 2004   The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Metro Atlanta's suburban cities rediscover importance of central gathering places in an effort to slow sprawl to a crawl.
Dec 20, 2004   The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Atlanta's old railroad arteries run through some of the city's most expensive real estate. But the railroads have no plans to give up the land.
Nov 8, 2004   The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Study confirms that smart growth will improve Atlanta's air quality and reduce auto use.
Nov 6, 2004   The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
A new Georgia Tech study suggests that smart growth reduces car trips and improves air quality.
Oct 27, 2004   The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Amphibian populations around the world are in rapid decline. This is bad news for us humans.
Oct 15, 2004   The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Atlanta resident Charles Lyon suffers public transportation withdrawal after ten days in New York.
Oct 15, 2004   The Atlanta Journal-Constitution