Learn about Dunwoody’s policies, plans and from our region, state and national best practices here…
|Dunwoody Bicycle Network
|City Website including a map of completed, programmed (already budgeted), planned (will come to fruition in the near future), Potential Future (Open for discussion, input by public & council)
|Dunwoody Bicycle Friendly Assessment (2015)
|In 2015, the city’s Sustainability Committee conducted a study to see where we are and what it would take to receive Bicycle Friendly Status. It was presented to our City Council in July, 2015. The council and city leadership decided to NOT pursue this.
|Dunwoody Complete Streets Policy
|Learn how this policy is transforming Dunwoody in accommodating pedestrians & bicyclists
|Dunwoody Transportation Plan
|Master document from 2011 for the 20-year vision of how we plan to get around. Being updated in 2017.
Note: PDF page 100 shows a map of a planned Bicycle Network, which also identifies potential future path (Trail) connections.
|Dunwoody Multi-Use Trails – Today (2016)
|Brook Run à Pernoshal Park à Georgetown Park
|Dunwoody Multi-Use Trails – Planned
|Imbedded in Parks Master Plan
Note: Not very discernible. Trails & Greenways are mentioned and on a map with broad corridors, but not specific routes. Click on Section 6, Facilities and go to Figure 6.9, PDF page 33 for a map.
Every year, our Council decides what trail project(s) to fund and pursue. So it is updated in our annual budget.
|Perimeter Community Improvement Districts – Trail System Master Plan
|They are building a trail network connecting the MARTA stations to local business & employment nodes. Eventual connections to Brookhaven, Sandy Springs and Dunwoody.
|Dunwoody Sidewalk Projects & Pedestrian Safety
|Includes enhancements including striping stop bars, widening pedestrian sidewalk pads, removing and replacing existing crosswalk striping, installing new sidewalks, complying with ADA guidelines, & much, much more
|Dunwoody Pedestrian Safety Action Plan
|Policy, Sidewalk map & more
|Dunwoody Paving Plan
|Updated each year. Where identified, sidewalks and bike lanes are often installed in conjunction with paving projects.
|On-line App to report Road & sidewalk issues, submit requests, etc. Also have a nice mobile app, too.
|Safe Routes to School – Georgia Resource Center
|Help our children to be able to walk or ride their bikes safely to school
|Kingsley Elementary – Walking Wednesdays
|Great program to leverage for ideas
Our Neighbor’s PlansRegional Plans & Information
|Great program to leverage for ideas
|Sandy Springs Bike / Ped / Trail Plan (2014)
|The Fulton County TSPLOST was approved, and includes much more trails being built. Stay tuned.
(LARGE file: direct PDF download)
|Sandy Springs 2016 TSPLOT List
|Includes trails, sidewalks & bicycle facilities. Great mention is the extension of the PATH400 trail from Buckhead into the central Perimeter business district
|Brookhaven Bicycle, Pedestrian & Trail Plan
|Brookhaven conducted a separate study for bike, ped & trails. Completed & adopted in 2016.
|Peachtree Corners Projects & Plans
|Current project proposals, including Winters Chapel Corridor & Multi-Use Trails.
|Atlanta Regional Commission Bike & Ped Plans
|Atlanta Regional Bicycle & Pedestrian Plan (2016). Walk Bike Thrive! is the official walking and bicycling plan and policy of the Atlanta Regional Commission.
|Famous for building the Silver Comet Trail, and much, much more. Their mission is to” Transform Metro Atlanta into the most trail connected city in the U.S. Share knowledge and experience with other communities to promote trail development.”