Public Meeting Advisory: Northeast Trail Design

WHAT: Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI) will hold a combined Northside and Northeast Study Group meeting to discuss the design of the Northeast Trail.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND: The meeting is open to all of the public but is focused on the Northside and Northeast Study Group areas. The Northeast Study Group includes parts of Sweet Auburn, Candler Park, Inman Park, Old Fourth Ward, Poncey-Highland, Virginia-Highland, Midtown, Ansley Park, Morningside/Lenox Park, Piedmont Heights, and Sherwood Forest. The Northside Study Group includes parts of Lindbergh/Morosgo, Garden Hills, Peachtree Hills, Ardmore, Collier Hills, Brookwood Hills, Berkeley Park, Home Park, Loring Heights, Blandtown, and Hills Park.

WHEN: The meeting will be held on February 15 at 6:30 p.m.

WHERE: Rock Spring Presbyterian Church, 1824 Piedmont Avenue, NE, Atlanta, GA 30324. This location is accessible via MARTA bus #27 operating between the Lindbergh and Midtown stations. See for complete map and schedule. Please consider biking or walking, if you are able. Free parking is available on site.

ABOUT THE PROJECT: The Northeast Trail is the Atlanta BeltLine trail between Monroe Drive and the Lindbergh MARTA station. Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. controls the land that includes the unpaved trail up to Montgomery Ferry (open to the public) and the recently purchased property up to Mayson Street (not open to the public) that crosses over the Buford-Spring Connector on an existing rail bridge and through an existing tunnel under I-85. A Request for Qualifications is in development to secure a contractor for design work. Georgia Power will be in attendance to provide an update on their transmission line work.

COMMUNITY CONTACT: For more information, contact or 404-477-3552.

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  1. Can you make clear on how and where the future transit be installed? It looks like there isn’t enough room.

    1. Hi Kevin,

      In most of this area, transit will be located alongside the trail in the rail corridor. More specific details will be available down the line when we get into the planning process. Right now, all plans are conceptual.

      Hope this helps!

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