Edgewood Avenue Bridge

The Edgewood Avenue Bridge has been demolished and is being rebuilt over the Eastside Trail extension.
Photo Credit: Christopher Martin

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Trails

We Are on the Trail to a New Future for Atlanta

One of the most important aspects of the Atlanta BeltLine project is connectivity. The most immediate way this idea is being realized is through the system of trails that will seamlessly link 45 intown neighborhoods. This 33-mile network of multi-use trails create a pedestrian friendly environment that promotes walking, jogging, biking, and living along the Atlanta BeltLine.

With help from The PATH Foundation, this trail system is connecting Atlanta’s in-town neighborhoods and could eventually link to a broader path network for the entire metro area.

What’s already up and running along the Atlanta BeltLine?

To date, 11 miles of trails are open to the public, including permanent trails and temporary hiking trails.


These documents can all be downloaded as PDFs. The Master Plans files may exceed 100 pages each and the Appendices may exceed 200+ pages, so please plan for large files sizes.

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Final Environmental Impact Statement – Appendices
Final Environmental Impact Statement
Eastside Trail Update
Quarterly Briefing: Design & Construction Update
Quarterly Briefing: Design & Construction Update
Open Trails

Also consider exploring the Interim Hiking Trails along the Atlanta Beltline.

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The PATH Foundation is responsible for building a network of off-road trails in and around Atlanta for walkers, runners, cyclists and skaters. This system of scenic greenways preserve our region’s forested character and offer opportunities for families to enjoy nature together.