The Brookhaven Post reports that Chamblee’s City Council has approved the Rail-Trail Extension Master Plan that will extend the city’s current rail-to-trail project by 1.5 miles.
“The broader vision for the Rail-Trail, is to hook up to a planned Doraville multi-use trail and Brookhaven’s planned Peachtree Creek Greenway – ultimately connecting to PATH400 and the Atlanta BeltLine,” The Post reports. To read the full story, click here.
The Post also tells Atlanta Loop that Brookhaven’s City Council will consider approving the master plan for the Peachtree Creek Greenway at its meeting on Aug. 23.
DeKalb County and Doraville are also part of the Greenway planning process. If the Greenway is completed, it will be more 12 miles of continuous trail, including Brookhaven’s portion, that will have a connection to the Beltline. The proposed Greenway covers an area stretching from just outside of I-285, roughly following I-85 and joining the south fork of Peachtree Creek. To read Atlanta Loop’s full story about the Greenway project, click here.