Perimeter Connects is a program of the Perimeter Community Improvement Districts. To support the vitality of the Central Perimeter area, we offer free consulting services to employers and commercial properties. Together we implement transportation solutions to improve access and mobility and reduce congestion.
Equip Your Team with
a Better Commute.
Boost productivity. Cut costs. Support your employees with a better way of getting to work.
Discover A New
Way to Work.
You have options for getting to work in Perimeter. Find your best way here.
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Perimeter Connects: By the Numbers
employer and property partners
commuters served at partner employers or properties
(and counting) fewer drive alone commute miles annually
average hours saved per commuter, per year
Perimeter Connects actively works with employers and properties to implement commute options programs. Partners include:
Latest News from Blog:
Companies Join Forces Across Perimeter to Reduce Traffic
The first-ever Perimeter Work Week recently took place, removing 4,000 cars from traffic during the week. The week brought together some of the most prominent companies in Perimeter, including Mercedes-Benz, VMware, Beazer Homes, and COX Enterprises, to offer eligible employees with the option to telework or have a flexible schedule at least one day during
Companies Pledge Workplace Flexibility for First-Ever ‘Perimeter Work Week’
An estimated 4,000 employees who work in Perimeter’s thriving business district are spending less time in traffic this week thanks to the commitment of leading companies in the district taking part in the inaugural Perimeter Work Week (Oct. 28 – Nov. 1).
Expert Panel Offers Glimpse into Atlanta’s Transportation Future
Perimeter Connects — in partnership with the Urban Land Institute and the Perimeter Community Improvement Districts — recently gathered local commercial real estate professionals, transportation experts, and civic and business leaders to discuss the future of transportation in Atlanta.