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From the intersection of Langhorn Street and Ralph David Abernathy, you can pick up the Atlanta BeltLine’s West End Trail alongside Muse Street. Muse Street is a one-way road heading north from Ralph David Abernathy to Lucile Avenue. This swath of greenspace is landscaped and shaded with mature trees. See a map of Muse Street.
This is the second phase of the West End Trail that opened in June 2010. The 14-foot wide running, biking, and walking trail parallels the old rail corridor all the way from Rose Circle Park, up White Street (alongside what we call “Warehouse Row”), through Gordon White Park to here. That same rail corridor is approximately 50 feet west of the paved path in this location. There is a footpath that leads down into the corridor that you can see in the video above and the photo below. We encourage you to check out the corridor to fully imagine the transition it will go through as transit is built in the future. It is unpaved right now, so please exercise caution and hike at your own risk.
Find out how transit could be built here within 10 years that would connect to MARTA, Midtown, downtown, Piedmont Park, Virginia Highland, Old Fourth Ward, and Inman Park.
And check out all of our ways to access the Atlanta BeltLine!