The county has since issued a stay-at-home order and threatened to punish violators with fines and jail time.
The historically transit-averse government needs to sort out a plan by April 7.
Could scooters that park themselves—however bizarre it looks—help fix Atlanta’s e-scooter woes?
The setting is described as a highly walkable Main Street neighborhood in the Gwinnett County city.
The metro Atlanta county can’t miss another opportunity to invest in the future of transportation, transit proponents say.
Without mass transit expansion, is there hope for the interstate?
A range of terrific options for exploring Atlanta during winter’s (somewhat) chilly weather.
Developer North American Properties, of Atlantic Station and Avalon fame, is heading in a different direction.
But the entire property wouldn’t be included in a sale, which might complicate things.
Gwinnett County project is pitched as being the "largest, most compelling age-in-place community ever contemplated" in this part of metro Atlanta.
The goal is to create a report on the future of transit investment by year’s end.
Deal inked to launch $85 million Grove at Towne Center’s initial section next year.
Anchored by Infinite Energy Center, the project’s first nine tenants include the Painted Pin, Superica.
Just months after a majority of voters turned down the possibility, officials are back at the drawing board.
Georgia’s second most populous county isn’t exactly the second coming of Colorado, however.
Near Mall of Georgia in Gwinnett County, team includes developer of The Battery’s apartments.
Majority of voting Gwinnettians decline (for now) historic opportunity to add rail service and beef up bus lines.
Despite the lack of organized opposition, MARTA’s future in Gwinnett remains uncertain.
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Canada-based Improve is proposing more than 400,000 square feet of high-end, home-enhancement retail.
With job counts on the rise, Gwinnett County is seeing an influx of major multifamily developments.
Connected to the Gwinnett city’s historic core, the $200M project will bring urban vitality, backers say.
118-acre "Revel" project by Avalon and Colony Square’s developer aims to become county’s "heartbeat."
Plans for the Julio Jones-backed mixed-use development seem to have shrunken.
The government could use film production to pay off some of the $34M in bonds that could be used for the project.
The aquatic event spaces will complement the 1,500-acre resort complex’s new theme.
More evidence emerges that suburbs are yearning to imitate city-living these days.
It’s official: The region’s various transit agencies will operate under a unified name by 2023.
A bill has passed in each chamber that would allow for increased funding for transit across the region.
A study released by the Atlanta Regional Commission highlights $86 million of bus-related plans, new trails and bikeways.
Because it hasn’t been the same on Ponce since Blockbuster closed.
That includes 56 percent of Gwinnett, Georgia’s second most populous county.
For more than 50 years, MARTA has struggled to gain traction in the greater metro.
Like Avalon before it, mixed-use utopia’s initial restaurant roster includes familiar names.
Like other cities, dubious capital of sprawl is hardly immune to "suburbanization of poverty," research shows.
System-wide rollout could take years, but easier payment method could spread to other transit agencies in the metro.
Town center will gain 240 apartments, retail, when Terwilliger Pappas ventures OTP on their next development.
U.S. Conference of Mayors foresees nearly 9 million people calling metro Atlanta home in less than 30 years.
A range of Georgia leaders (none from MARTA or Atlanta) will provide the House of Representatives a report by the end of the year.