Learn about Decatur’s walking and biking initiatives at the Sierra Club’s Metro Atlanta Chapter monthly meeting!
In 2008, the City of Decatur approved a community transportation plan to promote walking and biking on our streets. Now, you can learn more about this pedestrian initiative directly from Fred Boykin, Decatur City Councilman and owner of Bicycle South near Emory University! Click here for the brochure and presentation from the City of Decatur website and come out to learn more about pedestrian, bike, and transit issues; intersection improvements; traffic calming; parking; railroad quiet zones; implementation; and more!
- What: Monthly meeting of the Metro Atlanta Group of the Georgia Chapter of the Sierra Club
- Topics: Biking, walking, and transit as part of the community transportation plan for the City of Decatur with Fred Boykin
- When: Tuesday, April 14th; 7 p.m. refreshments and 7:30 p.m. the meeting begins (to join the group for dinner before, meet at Twain’s in Decatur at the intersection of Trinity and Church streets)
- Where: Church of the Epiphany, 2089 Ponce de Leon Avenue NE in Atlanta