Entries by Scott Cantrell

New tech for a new greenway

Spring is finally here. Not only does that mean the flowers are blooming on PATH400 but also the new technologies announced at the Consumer Electronics show start to show up. These products are part of the growing trend toward wrist-based heart rate monitoring, apps for GPS watches from Apple and Android, and wireless earphones.

Fido and PATH400

Spring weather in upon us. The gorgeous weather just begs for you to get out and spend some quality time with your four-legged friend. But before you hit PATH400, just remember these tips to make your trip both enjoyable and safe.

We’re Halfway There

Just three years after breaking ground, PATH400 has reached 50 percent completion with 2.5 miles of trail now open to the public. The two newest segments – one between Sidney Marcus Dr. and Miami Circle, the other between Old Ivy Rd. and Wieuca Rd. – officially opened to the public in the waning days of 2016, […]

Construction Update

Denise Starling, executive director of Livable Buckhead, gives us the dirt on PATH400 progress. Partnerships Partnership Partnerships – Yet another partner has come into the PATH400 circle of friends…Camden Development. As part of developing their new project in Buckhead’s west village, Camden has to satisfy the City of Atlanta’s tree recompense requirements. Thanks to City […]

News – December 2016

The “Force” is with PATH400 – On December 3rd, Livable Buckhead partnered with local artists Jessi Queen, Zach Herndon, Katie Bush, Rachel Tipton Boyd, Meg Mitchell, and James Wheeler, transforming the trail into an intergalactic experience with the release of Star Wars: Rogue One. The murals were completed on special panels built into the PATH400 […]

Calling all nerds!

Love Star Wars? You will NOT want to miss this! – Calling all nerds!  You know who you are and you know what is happening on December 16th – the release of Rogue One, the latest  Star Wars movie. PATH400 is getting in the spirit on December 3rd, with local artists Jessi Queen, Zach Herndon, […]

Good Trails Make Good Neighbors

Good Trails Make Good Neighbors – Have you ever renovated your house? Did you still like your contractor when it was all said and done? Probably not. Well, here on PATH400 not only  do we love our contractor, Lewallen Construction, so do our trail neighbors. How do we know that? Miss Angie, a resident of […]