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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Georgetown-Perimeter Trailway Bridge Inaugural Bike Ride

Let’s celebrate another “tooth” in the network that connects the Georgetown residential to the Perimeter business districts! Join your Dunwoody & Perimeter area friends on this weekend morning for a celebratory 9.5 mile tour on bikes across our newest Trailway bridge! We’ll roll at a very easy & comfortable speed, heading over to Brook Run,

Volunteers Sought to Lead Beginner Road Bike Ride

VOLUNTEERS SOUGHT: Interested in getting new bike riders out on the road? We’re considering starting up a weekly BEGINNER road bike ride in Dunwoody, and we’re looking for a few good people to step forward to help lead this effort. Looking at possibly doing it on a Wednesday evening. 15 or so miles, at a

Podcast Interview on Biking in Dunwoody: Yesterday, today and the future

Do you enjoy multi-use trails, bike lanes & sidewalks in Dunwoody? Want to know some juicy details on the history of some of these projects, how they came to fruition and what it takes to make ideas become reality? Listen to Part I of our founder, Joe Seconder’s interview on this podcast by What’s Up

Another Tooth in the Dunwoody Trailway Network

We’re sending out a big thanks out to the City of Dunwoody, Grubb Properties and the Perimeter Community Improvement Districts for funding another “tooth” in our Dunwoody Trailway network! Grubb Properties has agreed to fund up to $225,000 towards the design and construction of a multi-use trail along Perimeter Center East to Ashford Dunwoody. This

Trail & Bridge Connecting Georgetown & Perimeter Opening Soon!

Pedestrian/Bicycle bridge to be installed in the coming months connecting Georgetown with the Perimeter Business District In the coming months, you’ll be able to go from here on Chamblee Dunwoody: to here on Ashford Dunwoody: where you can enjoy cool places like these & more: by using one of these modes: taking this: over one

Dunwoody Club Dr / Jett Ferry Intersection “Improvement” – Your Feedback Needed

Hi Friends, With dedicated funding from Fulton County’s new 3/4 of a penny SALES* tax, the Dunwoody Club Dr / Jett Ferry Intersection now on the radar of the City of Sandy Springs. We at Bike Walk Dunwoody are all about making our public rights-of-way — that EVERYONE owns and pays for — SAFE. Safe for an

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