I am happy to report that we will be getting a little construction underway in the next few weeks. It is a small part, on Adina between Lindbergh and Garson, but it is one more bite of the 5.2-mile elephant.
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Outdoor October – October in Buckhead…the heat of the summer is a memory but the chill of winter is still on the horizon. Warm days, cool evenings make it the perfect time to outside. And for Buckhead getting outside should include getting on PATH400.
Starting with a kick-off event on September 23rd, every Saturday from 10 a.m. – noon, PATH400 under the Buckhead wall will host a free yoga class. The sessions will be led by Out of the Box Yoga and lululemon Atlanta will provide water stations. Yoga is great for reducing stress and allowing for greater relaxation. […]
Guest Column by Abby Kingsley It has been almost two months since I concluded my internship at Livable Buckhead (LBI), and I learned more in my time here than I have in entire semesters. As a student of economics and political science, I have always been interested in the non-profit sector and sustainability, but I […]
Denise Starling, executive director of Livable Buckhead, gives us the dirt on PATH400 progress. Top Ten Ways To Use PATH400: To get to work – A lot people who live in Brookhaven or Buckhead could use PATH400 to get to work if they also work in this area. A great example – Herb Silver, who […]
Guest Column by Abby Kingsley As someone who grew up riding bikes and commutes to Buckhead every day for my summer internship, I was intrigued to hear that Relay BikeShare was starting a program in Buckhead. I loved how the program provides a quick, convenient, and eco-friendly alternative to driving. My personal commute consists of taking […]
Guest column by Anna Sharp One of my favorite parts of Atlanta over the last few years is really seeing the connectivity in this city grow exponentially. With the introduction of new trails like PATH400 it feels like Atlanta is finally coming out of its weird adolescent years. The addition of the Relay Bike Share […]
Denise Starling, executive director of Livable Buckhead, gives us the dirt on PATH400 progress. A Closer Look at PATH400…SAFETY Safety on PATH400 has been a consideration from the start. Let’s face it, if you don’t feel safe you aren’t going to use it – plain and simple. So PATH400 has several safety features that you may […]
SweetWater Brewery and Livable Buckhead Team Up Livable Buckhead and Office of Sustainability Install Planter Beds Bike PATH400 with the AJC Snakes Are On The Move Again
It’s Raining…Trees! Many thanks to the City of Atlanta’s Senior Arborist, Jasen Johns, for working with us to get a whole bunch of new mac daddy trees planted on PATH400 between Old Ivy and Wieuca Roads. These aren’t any playschool beginner trees – they are good sized beauties and we got them in just in time […]