Destination Mobility

Mobility in Georgia dropped dramatically in early March when public safety precautions were first put into place. Between April 7th and June 5th, general mobility grew steadily, and, since June 19th, it has held steady at around 80% of typical mobility values. Fulton County has seen a rapid increase in the mobility beginning on July 6th that has continued in the last few weeks.

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Mobility In Georgia

Mobility in Georgia dropped dramatically in early March when public safety precautions were first put into place. Between April 7th and June 5th, general mobility grew steadily, and there was a surge in mobility in urban and suburban counties in early July. Since then, mobility values have hovered between 60-70% of typical travel periods.

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Hotel Industry: 5/24-5/30

Hotel Industry Overview: 5/24-5/30 Hotel Weekly Update Nationally, hotel occupancy was down 43.20% compared to 2019.  Atlanta was 3rd out of the 25 biggest lodging markets in the US for the least occupancy rate declines (-35.1%), improving from the #4 spot the city held all month.  Overall, year over year declines are still significant but […]

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Hotel Industry: 5/17-5/23

Hotel Industry Overview: 5/17-5/23 Weekly Hotel Update Nationally, hotel occupancy was down 50.20% compared to 2019.  Atlanta was 4th out of the 25 biggest lodging markets in the US for the least occupancy rate declines (-47.5%) for the second time this month.  Many public hotel brands such as InterContinental, Hilton, and Marriott have started to […]

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Photo of an undetermined Georgia Tech home game during the 1918 college football season. That's when the sport was hit by the Spanish flu and the end of World War I.

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