LCI Studies

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LCI Studies

Items in the LCI Studies Collection

Bankhead Marta Station Transit Area LCI Study (2006)
The City of Atlanta seeks to develop a long-term vision for promoting growth around the Bankhead MARTA station and in adjacent neighborhoods by promoting visual appeal, establishing a compatible mix of land uses, preserving local identity, ensuring…

Bolton/Moores Mill Livable Centers Initiative Study and Concept Plan (2002)
The goals are to conduct a transportation enhancement study, create a range of housing choices, utilize greenspace, improve streetscapes, and encourage mixed-use activity centers.

Jones/Simpson/Alexander (JSA) - McGill Livable Centers Initiative (LCI) Study (2003)
The study looks at the corridor between the Georgia World Congress Center and the Atlanta Civic Center and includes an inventory and assessment of current conditions. It also includes a development plan as well as an action plan.

Upper Westside LCI Update (2009)
This is an update to the 2004 LCI plan for the Upper Westside with an Evaluation and Appraisal Report looking at the past five years. It also includes an Implementation Plan with an updated five year action plan as well as strategies for affordable…

Vine City/Washington Park LCI Study (2009)
This study looks at existing conditions and associated strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats are provided for the following categories: Land Use, Markets & Housing, Urban Design & Historic Resources, Transportation, Environment & Open…

West End Historic District (2001)
This studies the West End MARTA station area in support of the Atlanta Regional Commission's Livable Centers Initiative (LCI). The City of Atlanta recognizes that creating transit-oriented development (TOD) in and around the West End MARTA station…

West Lake MARTA Station LCI Study (2006)
This section provides an overview of the Livable Cities Initaitive (LCI) program and a summary of existing conditions within the West Lake MARTA Station LCI Study Area. Study Area components are divided into functional categories for the purpose of…