AeroATL Greenway Plan
This site is a resource for information for the AeroAtl Greenway Plan. Here you will find information on the study area, the process and schedule, announcements of meetings, opportunities for input, and project documents.
AeroATL Greenway Overview:
In early 2017, the Aerotropolis Atlanta Community Improvement Districts (AACIDs) was awarded a grant from the Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC) to complete the AeroATL Greenway Plan. When complete, the AeroATL Greenway Plan will be a comprehensive trail master plan for the Aerotropolis area, connecting the communities around Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (H-JAIA). Each of the partners (Aerotropolis Atlanta Alliance, Aerotropolis Atlanta CIDs, College Park, Clayton County, East Point, Forest Park, Fulton County, Hapeville, and H-JAIA) have identified a need for a greenway plan through the Aerotropolis Atlanta Alliance Blueprint, approved in 2016. In addition to the ARC grant, each of the local partners have contributed funds toward the study.
The AeroATL Greenway Plan will build on the greenway idea proposed in Aerotropolis Atlanta Alliance Blueprint, considering existing trails, topography, key connection points and best practices. A significant amount of public input will be sought to complement the technical work.