Atlanta Streets Alive is a project of the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition, a local non-profit, in partnership with significant support from District 2 City Councilman Kwanza Hall. Our steering committee is comprised of representatives including civic, business and community leaders from organization such as the Centers for Disease Control, the Atlanta Regional Commission, The City of Atlanta, Perkins+Will, Unboundary, Interface Global, BeltLine Inc., WonderRoot along with other dedicated supporters.
Marketing & Communications
Matt Garbett, Atlanta Bicycle Coalition
Activity & Logistics Coordinator
Our Steering Committee
Councilman Kwanza Hall, Atlanta City Council District 2
Jay Tribby, Chief of Staff, Atlanta City Council District 2
Jim McMahel, Poncey-Highland Liaison
Ard Crebas, Netherlands Foreign Investment Agency
Brad Davis, Tactical Urbanism
Chantelle Rytter, Artist & organizer of the Great Atlanta Bicycle Parade
Chris Appleton, WonderRoot Executive Director
Heather Alhadeff, Senior designer, Perkins + Will
Jessica Clark, Atlanta Street Food Coalition
Katherine Moore, Georgia Conservancy
Kelsey Baack, City of Atlanta, Sustainability
Leslie Caceda, Georgia Stand Up
Maggie Ginestra, WonderRoot Creative Director
Patrick Sweeney, BeltLine Inc.
Peter Van der Reyden, Interface Global
Stacey Nicely, Atlanta Braves
Tim Ho, Poncey-Highland Liaison
Tod Martin, CEO of Unboundary & founder of TEDxAtlanta
Trudy Strawn, The Coca-Cola Company
About Atlanta Bicycle Coalition
The Atlanta Bicycle Coalition’s mission is to make it safer and easier for people to ride bicycles. We believe this will help create a healthier, more sustainable Atlanta and allow people to enjoy a higher quality of life while improving public health, cleaning the air, reducing congestion, and building community.
We work to accomplish this by advocating for better facilities for bicycles, educating cyclists and drivers on sharing the road safely, offering programs to support those who would like to start biking, and enable those who already bike to ride more often. We promote the bicycle as both a viable transportation solution and a community-building form of recreation and exercise.
As the Atlanta region continues to grow, the challenges in the areas of transportation, air quality, public health, and mobility accumulate. If we are to maintain the quality of life instrumental in attracting growth to our city and region, we must address these issues.
To find out more, please visit our website, www.atlantabike.org.