LCI Transportation Program

The Livable Centers Initiative (LCI) helps to create vibrant, walkable communities across metro Atlanta. Communities that have completed an LCI study are eligible to apply for funding for transportation projects that support the goals of their study and the program as a whole. Funding for LCI transportation projects comes through ARC’s Transportation Improvement Program.

LCI 2019 Call for Projects

The application window for the 2019 TIP solicitation closed on October 11, 2019. ARC has released funding recommendation for Fiscal Year 2021 phases only (see table below). Additional funding selections will be made for FYs 2022-2025 by the end of calendar year 2020. For the updated TIP schedule and project selections, please visit the TIP Project Solicitation page for timeline updates.

Sponsor  Project ARC Grant Amount  Local Match Phase
Cobb County Cumberland Area Multi-Modal Facilities (Segment C) $840,000 $210,000 PE
City of Chamblee City of Chamblee Rail Trail $528,000 $132,000 PE
City of Douglasville Dallas Highway Corridor Improvements $200,000 $50,000 PE
City of Alpharetta North Pointe Parkway Complete Streets $1,600,000 $400,000 PE
City of College Park Global Gateway Connector $7,000,000 $1,750,000 CST

 

LCI Transportation Capital Projects: 2003 – Present

All LCI transportation projects to date are available. The charts below show the breakdown of projects by jurisdiction, status, and type.

LCI Transportation by ARC Jurisdiction

LCI Transportation Projects by Status

LCI Transportation Projects by Type

Current Projects Update

More detailed information on current projects can be found in ARC’s Planit database and GDOT’s Project Search database using the corresponding IDs listed below.

Projects in Engineering/Design phase:

  • City of Avondale Estates: US 278 Pedestrian Improvements
    • ARCID: DK-441
    • GDOT PI: 0015071
  • City of Buford: Moreno Street Bike/Ped Improvements
    • ARCID: GW-408
    • GDOT PI: 0015088
  • City of Atlanta: D.L. Hollowell Parkway Pedestrian Facility (Phase A)
    • ARCID: AT-240
    • GDOT PI: 0010322
  • City of Atlanta/Midtown Alliance: 15th Street Extension
    • ARCID: AT-306
    • GDOT PI: 0015019
  • City of Norcross: Norcross Greenway (Segment 1)
    • ARCID: GW-412
    • GDOT PI: 0016067
  • City of Atlanta/Midtown Alliance: 10th Street Multi-Modal Bridge
    • ARCID: AT-372
    • GDOT PI: 0015890

Projects in right-of-way acquisition phase:

  • City of East Point: Downtown East Point/MARTA Station Connectivity and Streetscape Project
    • ARCID: FS-279
    • GDOT PI: 0012638
  • City of Marietta: Rottenwood Creek Ph 1 (Alumni Dr to Franklin Rd)
    • ARCID: CO-462
    • GDOT PI: 0015042

Projects authorized for construction (construction scheduled to begin in 2020):

  • City of Dunwoody: Georgetown Gateway Project
    • ARCID: DK-417
    • GDOT PI: 0012875
  • City of Atlanta/Atlanta Beltline: Ponce de Leon Av Ped Facilities and Atlanta Beltline Intermodal Connections
    • ARCID: AT-269
    • GDOT PI: 0012586
  • City of Atlanta/Livable Buckhead: Peachtree Corridor Project Phase 3
    • ARCID: AT-270
    • GDOT PI: 0006684

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