Overall, the city wants safety improvements on 20 city corridors for people who walk, drive, take transit and ride a bike or scooter.
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Bearn said while some felt safer with the pop-up lane, drivers complained it further congested the area. To alleviate that, Bearn said traffic signals were adjusted to accommodate the increased traffic flow.
There haven’t been any more pop-up bike lanes, but Bearn said the city is moving forward with the mayor’s plan. The city will hold two public meetings for four projects underway in downtown and southeast Atlanta.
A meeting for the Cherokee Avenue resurfacing project will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at the Georgia Hill Neighborhood Center at 250 Georgia Ave.
There will also be a joint meeting for projects along Piedmont Avenue, Spring Street and West Peachtree Street on Monday, Feb. 3, from 6 to 8 p.m. at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church at 435 Peachtree St.
A timeline and costs for the projects have not been announced.