LocalAtlanta BeltLine’s Eastside Trail Is About To Get Brighter Atlanta Business Chronicle • Jun 12, 2019 Share The project to illuminate the BeltLine's Eastside Trail would include 110 lighting fixtures and 18 security cameras, according to plans. Credit ALISON GUILLORY / WABE Add to My List In My List One of Atlanta’s most popular trails will finally be illuminated at night. Atlanta BeltLine Inc. just released a bid for the installation of lighting and security cameras along about two miles of the Eastside Trail, from Monroe Drive to Irwin Street. Atlanta Business Chronicle wrote in March that there was new momentum for the roughly $1.6 million project. It would include 110 lighting fixtures and 18 security cameras, according to plans. Bids are due July 11. Once a contractor is selected, the project would be complete within 180 days. Read the full story at Atlanta Business Chronicle >> Related Stories Atlanta Magazine Celebrates 60 Years, Editor-In-Chief Discusses The Stories That Led To Its Success Atlanta BeltLine CEO Talks New Westside Land Acquisition Strategies A $14K Annual HIV Prevention Pill Just Became A Lot Cheaper; Georgians May See Increased Access Gas Shortages Reported Throughout Georgia CDC Official Who Warned Americans Coronavirus Could Cause 'Severe' Disruption Resigns Georgia Could Cut Federal Unemployment Benefits In Effort To Boost Workforce States Can Forgive Unemployment Overpayments, But Missouri Demands People Pay Up Gov. Brian Kemp Set To Repeal Georgia's 1863 Citizen's Arrest Law Why People Are Fleeing Honduras For The U.S.: 'All That's Left Here Is Misery' Atlanta BeltLine CEO Talks New Westside Land Acquisition Strategies An Extended Pipeline Shutdown Could Impact Gas Prices In Southeast U.S.