20 thoughts about living in Atlanta without a car
This is awesome. The Oppidan Omnibus has made a list of 20 things that apply to someone who lives in car-crazy Atlanta without a car.
A few of my favorites from the list:
You buy a lot of your stuff at grieviously unfashionable places because the low-profile boutiques and out-of-the-way markets are too much work to get to.
About once a week you reflexively pull out your Breeze card instead of your debit card to pay for something.
You don’t know what the big deal is about the parking at Atlantic Station.
You can walk up the escalators at Peachtree Center faster than people half your age or 30 pounds lighter than you.
My wife, pictured above with my kid, is a car-free Urban Warrior Princess of the coolest variety. I’ve heard or seen her experience many of these things. Do yourself a favor and take a second to read the full list.

20 thoughts about living in Atlanta without a car

This is awesome. The Oppidan Omnibus has made a list of 20 things that apply to someone who lives in car-crazy Atlanta without a car.

A few of my favorites from the list:

  • You buy a lot of your stuff at grieviously unfashionable places because the low-profile boutiques and out-of-the-way markets are too much work to get to.
  • About once a week you reflexively pull out your Breeze card instead of your debit card to pay for something.
  • You don’t know what the big deal is about the parking at Atlantic Station.
  • You can walk up the escalators at Peachtree Center faster than people half your age or 30 pounds lighter than you.

My wife, pictured above with my kid, is a car-free Urban Warrior Princess of the coolest variety. I’ve heard or seen her experience many of these things. Do yourself a favor and take a second to read the full list.