Safe Streets for Dunwoody

Safe Streets for Dunwoody

Lend your voice for safe, Complete Streets

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On-Street Bike Facilities by Year

On-Street Bike Facilities by Year

2007 - 2017: Actual, Projected & Possible. Bike Lanes, Bikeable Shoulders & Sharrows.

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Yes for Trails – Hotel/Motel Tax Public Information Meeting: 11/15

Please sound your voice for funding for trails by attending the public information meeting Wednesday 11/15 at 6 pm. With the passage of HB 564 earlier this year, the City has been granted the authority from the State to increase the existing Hotel Motel Tax from 5% to 8%. The increase would mean an extra

FREE Bike Lanes on Ashford Dunwoody

Great news for Perimeter business area commuters: Dunwoody has just added 1.2 miles of FREE Bike Lanes on Ashford Dunwoody as part of regular repaving for 2017! They narrowed the motor vehicle lanes to 10-feet, creating an “extra” 4 feet for bike lanes. Between Mt. Vernon & Perimeter Center East / West. Another link towards

Bike Walk Dunwoody Fall Meeting & Transportation Plan Update

Socialize with your friends & neighbors. Learn about upcoming projects and plans in Dunwoody & our region that support safe human-powered movement. Provide input and collaborate on our upcoming initiatives and what is planned by the city, our neighbors and the Perimeter Community Improvement District. DATE AND TIME Thursday, November 9, 2017 6:30 PM –

SAVE DUNWOODY TRAILS

Hi Friends, This is gonna be brief. You know the drill. 2017 Transportation Plan Update is being voted on this Monday night. Multi-Use Trails have been REMOVED from the plan. Call to Action: Attend City Council meeting Monday night 8/14 and speak during Public Comments to SAVE Dunwoody Trails. Arrive promptly by 5:45 pm. Grab

City of Sandy Springs: Restripe for Bike Lanes in FY2018

The City of Sandy Springs FY2018 budget is proposed for $106M. Set to be voted on June 20th. We’re proposing less than $150k to create over FIVE MILES of bike lanes during calendar year 2017. These support Last Mile Connectivity to two MARTA rail stations, and to City Springs. All for the cost of restriping,

Call to Action: Proposed Bike Parking

Monday, 3/27/2017 at City Hall at 6 pm the Dunwoody City Council has a first read of proposed ordinance changes that — FOR THE FIRST TIME — actually ADD Bike Parking as a requirement throughout our city. In two weeks, at the following council meeting these changes could be voted in and become law. Click

Mt. Vernon / Tilly Mill Project @ City Council Tonight (1/23)

Please do a quick review and send your comments to our council & Public Works staff at: councilmembers@dunwoodyga.gov & mindy.sanders@dunwoodyga.gov & michael.smith@dunwoodyga.gov Or, attend the Council meeting tonight at 6 pm. Arrive by 5:45 pm, sign up for public comments and speak in favor, support or with specific recommendations & feedback. DETAILS There are three

Provide Input to Dunwoody Transportation Plan Update

Food for thought We’re eight years in to being a city. Five since approving a transportation plan. Now it’s time for an update. Want the city to focus on safety first in how we spend our transportation funds? How about traffic calming? How about continuing to build out our greenway / multi-use trail network, including

Abernathy & SR-400: Imagine a Tunnel for humans!

If you don’t ask Starting two years ago, your friends at Bike Walk Dunwoody, Georgia Bikes, PEDS, Atlanta Bicycle Coalition, PATH Foundation and many more came together and asked the Georgia DOT to accommodate human-powered transportation choices both THROUGH the 400/285 interchange, and any on-street portions that were being rebuilt. With great thanks to the