On April 22, 2019

Get On Board: Ride Transit to Work from April 22 – May 3

Perimeter Connects has teamed up with Georgia Commute Options to encourage the Atlanta community to ride the train or bus to and from work during “Get on Board,” a two-week event that kicks off on Earth Day, Monday, April 22 and ends Friday, May 3.  
On January 28, 2019

❄ 4 Ways You Can Prepare for Winter Weather

As any Atlanta resident knows, winters in Georgia can be unpredictable and can bring severe weather and hazardous driving conditions. With potential snow and ice looming ahead of us this winter, we encourage you to take the time now to establish a plan to keep your business productive.  
On January 11, 2019

Commuter Spotlight: Lecretia Takes on a Stress-Free Commute

Like many metro Atlanta residents traveling across town for their job, working mom Lecretia G. endured wearisome commutes to her job as an Administrative Assistant. Each day she drove from her home in Lawrenceville to Perimeter, racking up 50+ miles round trip on her car (and her peace of mind). Eager to quit Atlanta traffic for good, she jumped at the chance for a calmer ride on an Xpress bus.
On January 11, 2019

5 Perimeter Projects You Should Know About In 2019

The new year has much in store for Perimeter. From new road interchanges to construction milestones, here are five important projects in the pipeline for the Perimeter area in 2019 that will impact your business.
On January 7, 2019

Make Your Workforce More Resilient in 2019

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.
On November 15, 2018

Companies Finding Success Through Telework

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).