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Goats, Roadwork & Cranky Homeowners: A PATH400 Update

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PATH400's initial plan to build a 5.2-mile, $12 million multi-use trail seems like a breath of fresh air for the notoriously pedestrian-unfriendly, car-centric Buckhead. But its longer-term, unofficial dream to help connect everything from Chastain Park and beyond (Sandy Springs? Alpharetta? Nothing is off the table) to the Beltline is downright swoon-worthy. Conceived three years ago, the project is a partnership between the Buckhead Community Improvement District, Livable Buckhead and the PATH Foundation. Curbed Atlanta took a walk through the construction today and talked with planners about where it could be going in the future.

· Dirt, Backhoes & Indie Music: Take A Video Tour of PATH400 [Curbed Atlanta]
· Behold, Construction Begins On Buckhead's PATH400! [Curbed Atlanta]
· Buckhead's Answer To Beltline Will Break Ground This Month [Curbed Atlanta]
[All photos via Curbed Atlanta. All maps and renderings via Livable Buckhead.]