With HUB404’s logistical groundwork underway, leadership’s goal is to open full half-mile by 2025.
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Nearly 4-mile trail segment could be people-ready by late summer, a project leader says.
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Now archeologically surveyed, ancient cemetery served families when North Buckhead was but farmland.
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Temporary installations on north Atlanta’s multi-use pathway stress mental wellness.
Groundbreaking for East Paces Ferry Road Complete Street project planned this week, as PATH400 construction barrels ahead.
Thomas Woltz on inspiration and challenges surrounding one of the most anticipated public spaces in Atlanta.
Despite bone-chilling temps in the 50s and uncomfortably drizzly conditions, we ventured out this week to see how the latest PATH400 section has turned out.
PATH400, the multi-use trail running along Ga. Highway 400 through Buckhead, is officially halfway done — three years after construction began. Livable Buckhead quietly opened two new segments of the trail, bringing the total to more than 2.5 miles.
In a week, Star Wars will take over movie theaters across Atlanta, marking the arrival of Rogue One, the first anthology of the series. But before the TIE fighters and X-Wings hit the big screen, Livable Buckhead summoned The Force to liven up the neighborhood’s favorite multi-use trail.
Biking in metro Atlanta can prove a dangerous proposition. But leaders in the city recognize that connecting 152 miles of existing trail infrastructure with just 70 miles of new trails could be a boon to creating a comprehensive network.
This week, we were treated to a sneak peek of the next few phases of the seemingly unstoppable PATH400. Our trip took us to three segments of the future trail — one soon to finish, one soon to start, and one destined to come further down the road.
The PATH400 project has rapidly materialized thanks to the hard work of Livable Buckhead. In this segment of Field Note Fridays, we get the scoop on how things are going with the trail and what we can expect in the future. Hint: It's bright.
The mini park will border Garson Drive and overlook Peachtree Creek, allowing residents to take in the serene scene as the waterway flows through Lindbergh. It'll serve as the connection for PATH400 to trails that will lead out to DeKalb.