Atlanta Georgia US editable vector map svg free

Editable Vector Map of the Atlanta Georgia US in SVG format.
Can be edited in the following programs: Adobe Illustrator, CorelDraw, Inkscape
Principal streets and roads, names places, residential streets and roads, road number labels, water objects, landuse areas.

Atlanta Georgia US editable vector map svg free

Atlanta Georgia US editable vector map svg free

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Atlanta, Georgia, is a major city in the southeastern United States known for its rich history, diverse culture, and bustling economy. Here is a guide to some of the principal streets, roads, and city districts in Atlanta:

Principal Streets and Roads

  1. Peachtree Street: Perhaps the most famous street in Atlanta, Peachtree Street runs through the heart of the city and is a major thoroughfare that connects several key neighborhoods and landmarks.
  2. Ponce de Leon Avenue: A major east-west road that runs through Midtown and connects to the Ponce City Market, a popular mixed-use development.
  3. North Avenue: This road runs east-west and is known for landmarks such as the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) and the historic Fox Theatre.
  4. Piedmont Road: A major north-south road that travels through several neighborhoods, including Midtown and Buckhead, providing access to Piedmont Park and various shopping districts.
  5. Moreland Avenue: Runs north-south and is significant for connecting neighborhoods such as Little Five Points and East Atlanta Village.
  6. Buford Highway: Known for its diverse array of international restaurants and markets, this highway runs northeast out of the city.
  7. Memorial Drive: An important east-west road that passes through several neighborhoods and is known for its historical significance and development projects.
  8. Interstate 285 (The Perimeter): An interstate highway that forms a beltway around the city, connecting various suburbs and major highways.
  9. Interstate 75/85 (The Downtown Connector): These two interstates merge in the city center, running through downtown Atlanta and connecting to other major highways.

City Districts

  1. Downtown: The central business district of Atlanta, home to many of the city’s major attractions, including Centennial Olympic Park, the Georgia Aquarium, and the World of Coca-Cola.
  2. Midtown: Known for its arts and cultural scene, including the High Museum of Art, Piedmont Park, and the Fox Theatre. It’s a vibrant area with numerous dining and nightlife options.
  3. Buckhead: An affluent residential and commercial district known for its upscale shopping centers like Lenox Square and Phipps Plaza, as well as high-end dining and luxury hotels.
  4. Old Fourth Ward: A historic neighborhood known for its role in the civil rights movement and home to the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historical Park. It has seen significant redevelopment and is now a trendy area with parks and new housing.
  5. Little Five Points: An eclectic neighborhood known for its bohemian vibe, indie shops, music venues, and street art.
  6. Virginia-Highland: A residential neighborhood with a mix of historic homes, trendy boutiques, and popular restaurants and bars.
  7. West End: A historic district known for its Victorian-style homes and cultural landmarks, including the Wren’s Nest and the Westside BeltLine trail.
  8. East Atlanta Village (EAV): A neighborhood known for its nightlife, music scene, and a variety of unique bars and restaurants.
  9. Inman Park: Atlanta’s first planned suburb, now a vibrant neighborhood known for its Victorian homes, parks, and annual Inman Park Festival.
  10. Grant Park: Named after the large park within its bounds, this neighborhood is home to Zoo Atlanta and the Atlanta Cyclorama & Civil War Museum.
  11. Castleberry Hill: A historic district and arts community known for its loft-style housing, art galleries, and monthly Art Stroll.

Each of these streets, roads, and districts contributes to the unique character and vibrant life of Atlanta, offering a mix of historical significance, cultural attractions, and modern amenities.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.