The Southeast Atlanta Green Infrastructure Initiative completes largest permeable paver roadway project in North America
In July 2012, a series of storms caused combined sanitary and storm sewer overflows in parts of southeast Atlanta, flooding homes and streets. After visiting the flood-prone neighborhoods, Mayor Kasim Reed committed to finding a long-term solution. Thus began the Southeast Atlanta Green Infrastructure Initiative, which led to the largest permeable interlocking concrete roadway project in North America, more than four miles.
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