From June 2014 through January 2016, ARC heard from more than 25,000 residents across the Atlanta region as we developed the Atlanta Region’s Plan. Recently we asked the community stakeholders who provided input through an online survey, a public meeting or other planning activities to complete a brief survey sharing their thoughts about the engagement process. The resulting Evaluation Report includes [...]
ARC’s new bike-ped plan, Walk. Bike. Thrive!, introduces a new framework for prioritizing regional investments in walking and biking. It also provides tools to help local jurisdictions offer residents safer, more comfortable places to walk and bike. This will lead to a healthier, more competitive region that provides greater access to active transportation. Walk. Bike. Thrive! [...]
In this smaller survey, ARC presented some of the key plans from The Atlanta Region’s Plan related to transportation and land use. Respondents were asked to rate their support for these plans. Open-ended questions were also asked about an overall vision for transportation in the region in the year 2040. Results from this question will [...]
Contact: Jim Jaquish Phone: 404-463-3194 E-mail: email@example.com (Atlanta - Feb 24, 2016) The Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC) board today approved the Atlanta Region’s Plan, a long-range blueprint that details the investments and programs needed to ensure metro Atlanta’s future success and improve the region’s quality of life. The plan, developed with robust public input, incorporates all [...]
The Regional Agenda is the implementation section of The Atlanta Region’s Plan. It dictates the programs and projects that implement the Regional Policy Framework.
The Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) examines the 20-county metropolitan planning area's transportation needs over the next 25 years.
Adopted by the ARC Board, this framework set a vision and establishes policies to guide the various elements of The Region’s Plan.
Community engagement documents.
Examines all aspects of the Atlanta region’s transportation network, from our network of freight facilities, to our system of public transportation and the maintenance of our roads, bridges and other infrastructure.
The Regional Resource Plan enhances the visibility and management of historic, cultural and natural resources while planning for their place as a part of our future.