City of Atlanta welcomes all to Atlanta Streets Alive
The City of Atlanta will host “Atlanta Streets Alive” in the historic West End on Sunday, April 20, 2 – 6 p.m.
The car-free festival welcomes thousands of participants to walk, bike, dance and experience the streets of Atlanta without cars. Restaurants and food trucks will have food available for purchase.
Atlanta streets will be closed for participants to take part in recreational activities and exercises, bicycling, roller skating, jogging, walking or just casual strolling.
“It’s become a neighborhood celebration,” said Atlanta City Councilmember Cleta Winslow. “I encourage all Atlantans to join us in the historic West End for a day celebrating our city’s great diversity.”
Streets closed due to the event will be: Ralph David Abernathy Boulevard (from Langhorn Street, S.W. to Murphy Avenue, S.W.) all lanes; Murphy Avenue, S.W. (from Ralph David Abernathy to the Lee Street Connector) all lanes and White Street, S.W. (from Peeples Street to Lee Street, S.W.) all lanes. 404-881-1112.
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