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On Sunday, September 30, the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition is activating 3.1 miles of Peachtree Street for Atlanta Streets Alive - Central, connecting South Downtown to Midtown through the heart of the city. From 2:00 to 6:00 pm, the street will be closed to cars and open for people to walk, roll, bike and play!

The fun kicks off in South Downtown, at the intersection of Peachtree Street and Mitchell Street where you can join in the official opening of the street followed by a parade of the routeParade lineup is at 1:30 pm for a 2:00 pm launch. FREE bike decorations will be available while supplies last!

After the opening program and kickoff parade, visit Activity Partners and Route Hosts along the route for a wealth of interactive experiences hosted by community organizations, local businesses and our sponsors. You can explore the open street from end to end or enter and exit the route at any cross street at any time during the four-hour activation.

Atlanta Streets Alive is FREE and fun for all ages. Bring your friends and family, and share in the experience of enjoying our city streets as public space!

RSVP on Facebook to get the latest updates.

the route

ASA Central 2018 Map



2018 Atlanta Streets Alive x BlackCatTips T-shirts

We teamed up with Atlanta’s own BlackCatTips to bring you a special edition 2018 Atlanta Streets Alive t-shirt! Available at any of our Atlanta Streets Alive activations.

Visit one of our tents at the intersection of either 10th St NW and Peachtree St. in Midtown or John Portman Blvd and Peachtree St. in Downtown (near in front of the Mall at Peachtree Center) where a donation of $35 will get you the tee + an Atlanta Bicycle Coalition membership. BONUS: We’ve got kids sizes too!

Stroll or roll to us as soon as you arrive. These gems are available exclusively at this year’s three Atlanta Streets Alive routes!

2018 Atlanta Streets Alive x BlackCatTips t-shirt

Kids T-Shirt: 2018 Atlanta Streets Alive x BlackCatTips

The Details

    1. It’s FREE and for EVERYONE. No matter the age, ability or neighborhood you rep, even if you have no clue what exactly Open Streets is, get out and onto the street. We promise you'll like it!

    2. Hop on the route wherever is most convenient for you. Remember there’s no beginning or end and the flow of people is like a two way street -- it goes both ways!

    3. The streets are open for you to explore our city’s neighborhoods and local business districts without the intensity of car traffic -- stroll or roll to eat, shop, play, socialize or simply enjoy the outdoors. The possibilities are endless.

    4. Opt out of traffic! Getting to Atlanta Streets Alive is easy by MARTA train or bus, by bike or any human-powered mode of transportation. If you have to drive, then with friends/family is always best. You can enter/exit the car-free Atlanta Streets Alive route anywhere along the intersecting roads.

    5. Check out our interactive map for info on activity partners, route hosts, and sponsors!

Streets CLOSED to car traffic intersecting event route on Peachtree St.:

Edgewood Ave.
4th St.
Peachtree Pl.

Street Closures and Detours

View MARTA bus re-routes.

Streets Closed To Cars



Time Closed

Approx. Time Opened

Peachtree Street

Mitchell St. SW

17th St. NW






The Five Points MARTA station is the closest to the starting location of the kick-off parade.


By Bike

Use Google Maps bike routing tools to find the best route to get there by bike..


By Foot & Other Human-Powered Wheels

The Westside route is accessible by foot and other human-powered modes of mobility from at least 9 neighborhoods between Downtown and Underwood Hills

Photographers will be active at Atlanta Streets Alive. If you do not wish to be in photos, please remove yourself from the view of the camera.



Through Atlanta Streets Alive, we create an environment we hope will evolve into tangible, communal changes – including infrastructure changes. All streets in Atlanta should be safe for everyone to use.

Shared Streets enhance the feel of the street, encouraging users to stroll and allowing the street to serve many modes and users simultaneously. The goal of the Peachtree Shared Street Concept is two-fold. The Peachtree Shared Street puts people and transit first; it also improves the interaction of the buildings and street, essentially removing the distance and barriers between patrons and businesses while maximizing the public space on Peachtree Street

Come out to celebrate Atlanta's most iconic street and visit to see our vision for turning Peachtree Street into an avenue for everyone. 


an initiative of the Atlanta Department of Transportation with support by Propel ATL and the Atlanta community.