An inside look at this 22-mile pedestrian-friendly corridor, circling downtown and eventually connecting 45 neighborhoods with each other.

There is perhaps no more ambitious urban walkability project in the U.S. today than the construction of Atlanta's BeltLine, a 22-mile pedestrian-friendly corridor circling downtown and eventually connecting 45 neighborhoods with each other. In this short film from City Walk, we get a glimpse at just how much the project means to a city that was once one of the least walkable places in America.

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