News – October 2017

 Sandy Springs Extension: Our neighbors to the north are moving forward on the design for the PATH400 connector between the original 5.2 miles in Buckhead and the part that goes through the middle of the 285/400 interchange. This 2.1 mile missing link will run from Loridans right through the former toll plaza and all the way up to Glenridge Drive. Sandy Springs residents got a peek at initial design concepts, and they were enthusiastic about PATH400 coming to their neighborhood. For more information on this part of PATH400 and to learn about public meetings, contact Dan Coffer

Fulton County Environmental Awardslogo-smMore Bling for PATH400 and Buckhead! The Fulton County Board of Commissioners and Fulton County Citizens’ Commission on the Environment recognized PATH400 and our partner Blue Heron Nature Preserve as two of the eight environmental award recipients selected this year. We were recognized because of our efforts to advocate and exemplify environmentally-sound practices in Fulton County.  

The Tree Fairy Cometh Again! The City of Atlanta Tree Bank, through the Parks Department, is an absolutely fantastic PATH400 partner and is yet again bringing the tree fairy to PATH400. We will be replacing those trees that didn’t survive their first year and adding a whole bunch of new ones between Sidney Marcus and Miami Circle to add that finishing touch we weren’t able to get in before the planting season ended last spring. Props to arborist Jasen Johns for being the PATH400 fairy godmother of trees! (Sorry Jasen, but I couldn’t resist.)

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