The first half of PATH400 is finished!
So what are you waiting for?
Get on the greenway!

The Best Thing in Buckhead, By a Mile


Learn about the construction progress.

The DIRT on PATH400

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Learn how PATH400 grew from the Buckhead
Collection, thanks to Livable Buckhead, PATH
Foundation and Buckhead Community
Improvement District.

The DIRT on PATH400

Origins Of The Project


Learn about the construction progress.

The first half of PATH400 is finished!
So what's coming next?

The DIRT on PATH400

PATH400: Linking People and Places

PATH400 is open, and it has become a favorite spot for Buckhead walkers, joggers, bikers and pet owners to get out for some fresh air and exercise.

PATH400 runs along the spine of GA 400 and, once complete, will provide a 5.2 mile greenway through the heart of Buckhead, connecting neighborhoods, office and retail locations with a path for bicyclists and pedestrians.

The multi-use greenway will eventually join with the Atlanta Beltline in the south and trails in Sandy Springs and north Fulton County, providing a key link in a regional trail network.

PATH400 is the first step toward implementation of the Buckhead Collection, a planned network of 106 acres of parks and trails in the neighborhood.

Livable Buckhead is spearheading the PATH400 project in partnership with the Buckhead Community Improvement District (Buckhead CID) and the PATH Foundation.

Map Of The Path400 Project

Several other agencies and organizations are involved in the development of PATH400, including Georgia Department of Transportation, the City of Atlanta, MARTA, Atlanta Neighborhood Planning Unit B, and Trees Atlanta.

Livable Buckhead is conducting a capital campaign to raise funding for the remainder of PATH400. CLICK HERE to view the PATH400 Capital Campaign.

Donate To Path400

Every donation puts us one step closer to finishing PATH400. Find out more and donate to the capital campaign today.

Get Involved

PATH400 belongs to Buckhead. If you or your organization has an idea for events, programs or other ways the community can make use of PATH400, let us know.

The Progress So Far