The Future SMART City in South Metro
The Virginia Avenue Smart Corridor Study is a study led by the ATL Airport Community Improvement Districts and their consultants, Modern Mobility Partners and KCI Technologies, Inc. The purpose of the study is to evaluate technology projects or strategies to address mobility, walkability, and safety along the 2-mile corridor between US 29/Main St. and S. Central Ave. The outcome of the study will be a recommended project list and implementation plan.
Three Goals Using Technology
We aim to decrease the number of car and truck accidents with more traffic friendly routes, parking, and pedestrian safety.
We want to offer more efficient ways for maneuvering throughout the corridor such as with better street lighting or signage.
Having curbs or lanes that are more pedestrian friendly adds to the value and safety of the community.
How Were Smart Technology Projects Selected and Prioritized?
Which smart technology projects were screened out for the Virginia Avenue Smart Corridor and which projects are moving forward for implementation?
How will these projects be phased in as part of the overall corridor study?
Public Meeting Recaps
We had our First Public Meeting on Thursday, March 14th and our Second Public Meeting on Thursday, August 15th. Click the links below to watch the live presentations captured for each.
Key Indicators for Success
Take a Look at the Corridor
Watch the video below to see the exact target area for this study. The project limits along the Virginia Avenue Corridor are from US 29/Main Street in College Park on the west end to South Central Avenue in Hapeville on the east end.