Atlanta is repositioning its public realm to focus on city building and now recognizes that city streets provide more than just a transportation function. A street’s design gives cues to who is and who is not welcome into a space. Atlanta needs inclusive streets, for they are the largest part of the public realm and the backdrop to our day-to-day lives and our larger civic moments. This is one of the most equitable investments our cities can make: streets and cities that are designed for people to contribute to the prosperity of all. Street and overall city design play into how we dedicate space to all modes of transportation, including walking, biking, public transit, and vehicles.