The new billboard wireless system in Atlanta could bring some of the city’s largest billboards offline for good.

According to the Atlanta Journal Constitution, the billboard wireless network would allow Atlanta to have an additional 4,000 wireless billboards on the roads in the city.

The billboard wireless company, Beacon Wireless, announced in May that it had secured $10 million in funding from investors including Sequoia Capital, Founders Fund, and New Enterprise Associates.

The Atlanta Department of Transportation and the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce both signed on to the plan.

Atlanta will have a total of 20 wireless billboards.

The city will use the funds to upgrade the wireless infrastructure in the Atlanta Beltline and improve its wireless communications.

The system is expected to cost about $20 million and is expected be completed by 2021.

The announcement comes just weeks after a similar proposal was voted down by the City Council. 

The Atlanta Board of Supervisors has approved a proposal that would bring billboards back online in Atlanta.

The plan will include a $1 million grant to the city from the city, the Atlanta Braves, and the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.

The Board of Ethics voted 7-0 to approve the resolution. 

Mayor Kasim Reed said he wants to make sure the billboard network is able to handle the high volume of traffic that will be expected.

“The billboards that are being destroyed in the Beltline will be replaced by a system that works,” Reed said.

“So, we need to make certain that the system works and the system can handle this traffic and the traffic volume that is coming in and out of the BeltLine.”

Reed said the city will have another $20m in funding to invest in the network. 

In a statement, the city said that its plan is to invest at least $30 million to expand the network and increase the number of wireless billboards in the area. 

“Our goal is to bring wireless technology to the entire city, not just to our downtown area, which is a critical piece of the project,” Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reuter said in a statement.

“We want to make the city a hub for the economy, our businesses and our communities, and we will invest in that effort.”