Bus tour promotes Atlanta tourism jobs

The launch of a bus tour is putting the spotlight on Atlanta tourism jobs.

The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership’s weekly public bus tours of the Atlanta BeltLine have resumed.

The tour — described by New York Times as “a litmus test of Atlanta civic pride” — follows the entire planned Atlanta BeltLine 22-mile loop, passing through each of the 45 neighborhoods that the trail connects.

Knowledgeable guides offer insight into the project’s past, present and future, providing tour-goers with an interactive learning experience about the project and surrounding neighborhoods.

  • Bus tour tickets are $25 a seat and can be purchased at beltline.org/tours.
  • Tour buses are ADA-compliant and comfortably seat 32 guests.
  • Tours run on a three hour loop, departing every Saturday at 9:30 a.m.
  • With the Inman Park/Reynoldstown MARTA station currently under renovation, tours will temporarily leave from and return to the Glenwood Kroger at 800 Glenwood Ave SE
  • Tours typically depart from the Inman Park/Reynoldstown MARTA Station).