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Eastside Trail Southern Extension

The Eastside Trail Southern Extension

The first phase of the extension is under construction! This phase will take the trail from Irwin Street / Lake Avenue to Kirkwood Avenue. Construction began in 2016 and has an estimated completion date of mid-2017. The extension will add about 1.25 miles to the popular multi-use trail. Construction on the second phase, from Kirkwood to Memorial Drive, will include replacing the bridge at Fulton Terrace and will commence when funding becomes available. The Eastside Trail, once the southern extension is completed to Memorial Drive, will be a 3.5-mile trail running from Piedmont Park south to Reynoldstown.


In August 2016, trail users and residents can expect single lane closures on Wylie Street as we relocate a water main line. See what the future of Wylie Street looks like here! Please stay tuned to our blog for the most up-to-date information on road closures.

The drawings for 100% design were presented to the community in April 2014. (FAQs are available here). The plans are available to view in our offices. Please contact us to schedule a time.

The 14-foot-wide concrete multi-use trail will run in the old railroad corridor from Irwin Street/Lake Avenue until it crosses under Edgewood Avenue and continues south to DeKalb Ave. At DeKalb, the trail will follow the road eastward on the north side to the intersection with Krog Street. The intersection will include a pedestrian scramble, with traffic halted in all directions so that folks on foot may safely cross. Lighting and handrail improvements to the Krog Tunnel will be part of this construction work. At Wylie Street, the trail will be 10 feet wide and will follow the north side of the street until it reaches the corridor again between Kenyon Street and Flat Shoals Avenue. The trail will then follow the corridor south to the intersection of Memorial Drive and Bill Kennedy Way.