*Clifton Corridor: Four miles of grade-separated light rail service from Lindbergh Station to a new station near Emory. $350 million – $100 million would be contingent on finding other local financial support to complete the line.
*Streetcar west extension: Three miles of light rail service from the downtown streetcar to Atlanta University Center/Beltline Westside Trail. $317.9 million.
*Streetcar east extension: Two miles of light rail service from the downtown streetcar to Krog Street/Beltline Eastside Trail. $235.4 million.
*Beltline Loop – Northeast: Three miles of light rail service from Ponce City Market to Lindbergh Station along Atlanta Beltline. $174 million.
*Beltline Loop – Southwest: Four miles of light rail service along Atlanta Beltline from roughly I-20 to Oakland City Station. $196.2 million.
*Beltline Loop – east, southeast and west segments: Eight miles of light rail transit service on several Beltline segments (routes will require additional funding to complete). $200 million.
*Atlanta Streetcar operations: MARTA began operating the streetcar on July 1. $37.8 million.
Bus rapid transit
*Crosstown Midtown Line: Four miles of in-street bus rapid transit service along D.L. Hollowell Parkway/North Avenue from Bankhead Station to Atlanta Beltline – Northeast. $119.5 million.
*Northside-Metropolitan Line: Six miles of bus rapid transit from the Atlanta Metropolitan State College (south of I-20) to a new regional bus system transfer point at I-75 north. $94.3 million.
*Summerhill Line: Three miles of in-street bus rapid transit service along Capitol Avenue/Hank Aaron Drive/Luckie Street from Atlanta Beltline - Southeast to North Avenue. $111 million.
Arterial Rapid Transit
*Route 510 - Peachtree Buckhead: Arterial rapid transit service from Brookhaven Station to Five Points Station to serve denser residential development in northeastern Buckhead. $21.7 million.
* Route 578 - Cleveland Avenue: Arterial rapid transit service from West End Station to Cleveland Avenue. $37.5 million.
*Route 595 - Metropolitan Parkway: Arterial rapid transit from West End Station along Metropolitan Parkway. $31.6 million.
Other transit improvements
*Bus service improvements: Bus frequency, span of service, and community circulator improvements across routes primarily within the City of Atlanta. Most of these improvements have already been made. $238 million.
*Greenbriar Transit Center: Park and ride transit hub for local or enhanced bus service at Greenbriar Mall along Greenbriar Parkway. $5 million.
*Moores Mill Transit Center: Park and ride transit hub for local or enhanced bus service at Bolton Road and Marietta Boulevard. $2 million.
*Station enhancements: Access, wayfinding, operational and aesthetic improvements across stations within the City of Atlanta. $200 million.
*General amenities: Bus stop amenities, including shelters, seating, and digital information at many bus stops within the City of Atlanta. $25 million.