Beltline is no home to homeless 

As 22-mile greenspace loop becomes more developed, men and women living along project will be nudged along

UNDER THE BRIDGE: Roger (left), who lives along the Beltline, chats with a cyclist as an artist installs an upcoming exhibit.

Dustin Chambers

UNDER THE BRIDGE: Roger (left), who lives along the Beltline, chats with a cyclist as an artist installs an upcoming exhibit.

By day, Sammy cleans parking lots and empties trash for bars in Little Five Points. At night, he beds down on a hunk of foam under the Freedom Parkway bridge along the Atlanta Beltline and falls asleep to the gentle thuds of…

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