2019 has much in store for Atlanta, beginning with Super Bowl LIII in the heart of downtown this February. With mega sporting events ahead and the potential for icy road conditions in the late winter months, planning in advance for employee commuting challenges is a vital task to tackle in the new year in order to maintain business continuity and an engaged workforce regardless of obstacles or surprises.
This week, businesses across the state are celebrating Georgia Telework Week, taking place Nov. 12 through 16. Telework has gained momentum among businesses, from large enterprises to small startups, and is different for each company implementing it. Some may allow employees to work from home one day a week, while others arrange for employees to telework full-time.
This fall, the Perimeter Community Improvement Districts (PCIDs) is approving a work plan that brings together infrastructure projects planned by the PCIDs; the cities of Brookhaven, Dunwoody, and Sandy Springs; Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT); MARTA and State Road and Tollway Authority (SRTA). The entire 5-10-year work plan is available here. (more…)
The Northwest Corridor Express Lanes Are Now Open to Peach Pass, Transit Riders
Members from Perimeter’s civic and business communities gathered for the first “Coffee + Construction” event at the Hyatt Regency Atlanta at Villa Christina on Thursday, Aug. 23.
Governor Deal announces SR 400 transit project (more…)
This month, we got a chance to meet with new transit commuter, DeJuan, who just started a new position with Amerigroup-Anthem. (more…)