PATH400 trail gets GDOT approval for entire project
by Staff Reports
05:21 PM, Tuesday, August 19
The PATH400 Greenway Trail in Buckhead has cleared a final, crucial hurdle on its way to becoming reality, Livable Buckhead Inc., the nonprofit behind the $10 million project, announced Friday in a news release. The Georgia Department of Transport...

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