Survey’s In: Three Things We Learned from Town Center Bike Riders During the month of October, our Thinking Forward series has focused on bikes and trails. For our fourth and final entry on this topic, we wanted to hear what it’s like from your side. [...]
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Choosing the Perfect Bike Share Partner Town Center CID’s Road to Zagster By: Tracy Rathbone Styf, Executive Director, Town Center CID If you’ve been in an urban area or prominent city recently, you’ve probably seen brightly colored shareable bikes littered in and around the streets [...]
Bike Shares Connect People, Neighborhoods and Destinations With Effective Metro Transit Still Years Away, Bike Shares Offer Flexibility and Accessibility—Right Now Everyone in metro Atlanta knows transportation issues are complex. Recent municipal agendas have included regional transportation opportunities, but it will take time for [...]
Why Trails are the Unexpected Solution to Meeting Today’s Community Standards For the past 50 years, most city designs have prioritized vehicular travel and made non-car travel difficult. Urban sprawl has caused unprecedented traffic congestion, air pollution, loss of open space, and worsening collective health. [...]
The Town Center Community Improvement District (Town Center CID) requests proposals to provide a corridor study for Chastain Road in Kennesaw, Georgia. As mentioned in the request, the intent of the study is to assist the Town Center CID in analyzing existing conditions, surrounding growth trends, greenspace and traffic patterns, as well as determining the [...]
The Town Center Community Alliance (the Alliance) is thrilled to announce the official dedication of Founders Park, the first linear park in the Town Center area. Located at the corner of Roberts Boulevard and Vaughn Road just north of Barrett Parkway, this linear park adds a shade structure, additional bikes for the Town Center bike [...]
The Town Center Community Improvement District (CID) has announced that Britt Fleck has been appointed to its board of directors and Luci Morgan has been hired as Communications and Outreach Manager. Britt Fleck is the Regional Director of the Metro West Region at Georgia Power, one of the largest producers of electricity in the nation. [...]
Town Center CID Awards Croy Engineering and Pond & Company Corridor Study for Big Shanty Road and Barrett Lakes Boulevard
Town Center Community Improvement District (CID) is pleased to announce that the Corridor Study of Big Shanty Road and Barrett Lakes Boulevard has been awarded jointly to Croy Engineering and Pond & Company. As per the request for proposal, the intent of the individual studies is to assist the Town Center CID in analyzing existing [...]
Town Center Community Improvement District (CID) is pleased to announce that Phase III of the South Barrett Reliever project has received $10.4M in federal funding from the Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC). This is the largest award for a regional roadway project during this funding cycle. The grant was released through ARC’s Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), [...]
The Cobb County Department of Transportation (CCDOT) and the Town Center Community Improvement District (TCCID) propose to widen, realign, and extend Shiloh Valley Drive/Greers Chapel Drive across Interstate 75 (I-75) to a widened Roberts Court to form a continuous road approximately 0.3 mile south of Ernest Barrett Parkway/State Route (SR) 5 (Barrett Parkway) (see [...]