Eastside Trail Extension Invitation to Bid Published

The Atlanta BeltLine moves into its next phase for the Eastside Trail with a call for bids for construction of the Eastside Trail extension.

Reynoldstown - Art on the Atlanta BeltLine
Art on the Atlanta BeltLine performance at Reynoldstown Stage from the 2014 exhibition.

The extension will run according to the following:

  • South from Irwin Street to DeKalb Avenue, passing under Edgewood Avenue
  • Down DeKalb Avenue through Krog Street Tunnel onto Wylie Street
  • Along Wylie Street into the old railroad corridor at Flat Shoals Avenue
  • The extension will temporarily end at Kirkwood Avenue
The Eastside Trail extension will run south from the Irwin Street entrance.
The Eastside Trail extension will run south from the Irwin Street entrance.

Construction will include the concrete multi-use trail, site lighting, preparation of soils for follow-on planting by Trees Atlanta, erosion and sedimentation control, fencing, demolition of an existing bridge and construction of its replacement, and storm-water management improvements outlined in the Permitted Plans.

Eastside Trail at Dekalb Avenue and Krog Street
The Eastside Trail extension will run north down DeKalb Avenue and onto the east side of Krog Street tunnel to Wylie Street.

Other renovations will be made to areas within and surrounding the extension.  Krog Street tunnel will see improvements to the pavement, along with new railing and LED lights. Wylie Street will receive speed-humps and a fresh overlay for the shared bicycle lane outlines.

The deadline for proposals is October 13, 2015. A mandatory pre-bid meeting will take place on August 27th for all interested firms. The time frame for completion of the extension is 18 months. More information about bids and the process can be found here.

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