Please stay safe on the trails!

  With the recent storms, there is a strong possibility for trees down along our trails.  Please exercise caution while walking or cycling in the wet conditions.  Silver Comet Trail We have been told of a tree down just west of the bridge over Nickajack Creek on the Silver Comet in Cobb County and that…

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Chastain Park Trail – Powers Ferry Bridge Construction Update

The City of Atlanta will be replacing the Powers Ferry Bridge over Nancy Creek near the Chastain Park Trail beginning OCTOBER 1st, per Renew Atlanta.  That date continues to be dependent upon weather and scheduling of other utility relocations. Chastain Park PATH will remain open during the bridge closure, although you will not be able…

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PATH400 and GA-DOT Win National People’s Choice Award

Congratulations to Georgia DOT and PATH 400 on winning the national People’s Choice Transportation Award!   We would like to thank the Georgia DOT and all of our PATH supporters who voted to help us win this award. (Message courtesy of Georgia DOT) PATH 400 transformed a right-of-way along GA 400 into a 5.2-mile bikeable and…

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Silver Comet in the News

    According to the AJC: New CSX lease addresses passenger rail, Silver Comet Sept 07, 2018 Meris Lutz, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution CSX agreed to abandon more than two miles of unused rail to be converted into an extension of the Silver Comet Trail.  Could this be the first step in connecting the Comet?  See the…

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PATH 2018 Annual Report

The PATH Foundation celebrated FY 2018 with 8 trail Grand Openings, 27 new miles of trail, and one really cool bridge over I-285.  Kudos to our Executive Director, Ed McBrayer, who was named the 2017 Conservation Trailblazer by The Trust For Public Land, and congratulations to all of the team who worked on PATH Parkway,…

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South Peachtree Creek Trail Update

  Who would have guessed a decade ago that the South Peachtree Creek Trail would become one of the most commuter friendly trails in the PATH system? When we built the first phase between Mason Mill Tennis Center and Medlock Park, not even the planners and dreamers at PATH seriously thought connecting hundreds of EMORY…

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Proctor Creek: A First Class Urban Greenway

  Phase I of the Proctor Creek Greenway between the Bankhead MARTA station and the West Highlands neighborhood was opened to the public at a grand opening ceremony on May 7th. Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance-Bottoms thanked the incredible partnership led by Chief Resilience Officer Stephanie Stuckey for their efforts to complete the project. In 2015,…

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