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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Join the Atlanta 2016 Bike Challenge with Bike Walk Dunwoody

Join the Bike Walk Dunwoody Team and win prizes! The Atlanta Bike Challenge kicks off on September 25 What can you win? We’re securing a whole host of prizes for individuals and teams to win, with more being added every week! – check out the prizes page here. How? Hop on your bike for fitness


Bike Walk Dunwoody 2016 Fall Picnic & Bike Ride

Say hello to your Dunwoody friends and neighbors and enjoy a lovely fall afternoon with a picnic and bike ride. This will be a 100% potluck / BYO Picnic BBQ. We’ll have three different ride options. The rides will end around the same time, so we can enjoy hanging out afterwards for the picnic / social. Date/Location


Mount Vernon & Tilly Mill Road Public Information Open House

The city of Dunwoody is hosting a public information open house to gather community input on the dangerous three intersections comprising the triangle of Mount Vernon Road and Tilly Mill Road and Mt. Vernon Place. Bike Walk Dunwoody would like to ask that the design have the number one priority of safety that starts with

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Pernoshal Park / Trail Inaugural Bike Ride: April 29, 2016

Bike Walk Dunwoody joins forces with the City of Dunwoody and invites residents and community members to join the celebratory opening of the newest park in the city. For folks who like to ride their bikes on newly-poured concrete trails, now is your chance! This will be a leisurely ride of about three miles. We’ll

Hammond Drive - What could be

Hammond Drive Bike/Ped Improvements

About This page is a placeholder for the ongoing study, design, approval, funding and ultimately building of bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure on Hammond Drive between Glenridge Drive and Ashford-Dunwoody. The area spans both Sandy Springs and Dunwoody cities and is in close coordination with the Perimeter Community Improvement Districts organization. The FIRST TIME the pubic

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Mt. Vernon Repaving & Bike Lanes (April 17, 2016)

April 17, 2016: Have you noticed the nice & smooth new asphalt poured on Mt. Vernon between Ashford-Dunwoody & Vernon Oaks? Guess what, just about all of that mile-long segment will have bike lanes, greatly contributing to the safety of persons on bicycles, pedestrians (additional buffer) and motorists (traffic calming) by following our city’s Complete

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Fundraiser: Bike Repair Kiosks for Dunwoody

Say you’re at the park and forgot to pump up your bicycle tires. Or are just riding along and a nut gets loose. Wouldn’t it be great for people on bikes to have the ability to make routine bicycle repairs at select locations in our community? As a supporter of Bike-Walk Dunwoody, you can help this become reality. Any

City Council & Dunkin Donuts: Keep the Bike Lane at North Peachtree

Action Alert for TODAY: 3/28/2016 Please send an email, call city hall, come to the council meeting tonight & speak up in support for the continuation of bike lanes on North Peachtree. City Staff is recommending that a new development –a Dunkin Donuts shop on the corner of Cotillion- have the requirement to install a bike

Public input needed for Ashford Dunwoody Corridor Study

The city of Brookhaven is holding two Stakeholder Meetings to discuss the future of the Ashford Dunwoody Road corridor and wants your input. As one of the first steps in the Ashford Dunwoody Road Corridor Study, the city of Brookhaven is hosting two open-house style meetings to present project information and solicit input on issues,


Fund Safe Streets for Dunwoody

Safety First (Scroll to the bottom for our Call to Action) This is a saying we are all familiar with. Be safe. Don’t slip. Unplug the curlers. Whatever. Whether it be on a work site, our schools or at home. And while driving, too. But what about persons walking on foot? How about the residents &