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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Bike Walk Dunwoody Winter Social / Meeting

Socialize with your friends & neighbors. Learn about upcoming projects in Dunwoody that support human-powered movement. Provide input and collaborate on our 2016 initiatives. Appetizers: Thanks to Village Burger, Alon’s and Corner Bakery, we’ll have appetizers to share. Beverages: BYO Social / Mixer: 6:30 pm until 7 pm-ish Meeting thereafter Free Bike Walk Dunwoody T-Shirts

Dunwoody Parks & Rec Plan Update: Public Forum

Help make a difference in the future of Dunwoody on Tuesday, January 12th. Sound your voice & have input into our city’s Parks and Recreation Master Plan Update. In 2013 the city’s Community Survey, the top two responses for amenities of our parks were for more trails & bike paths. We agree! With YOUR input

Nudging the Needle on Tilly Mill Bike Lanes: It takes a village

Editor’s note: Apologies from the staff of Bike Walk Dunwoody for the delay in getting this story out. “It takes a village” really brings this home. In May & June we asked for public input to support bike lanes along Tilly Mill. Earlier this month, we asked for your help again. And YOU have made a

Dunwoody’s New Mayor: Denis Shortal

Dunwoody voted last night and come January, we’ll have a new mayor, Denis Shortal. We want to thank our outgoing mayor, Mike Davis for his support over the past four years in progressing our city to become more walk & bike-friendly. We also want to congratulate incoming mayor, Denis Shortal who has served on our

Support Bike Lanes & Complete Streets on Chamblee Dunwoody

Please voice your support for Bike Lanes & Complete Streets on Chamblee Dunwoody at the Dunwoody City Council meeting on Monday night 10/12. The council will be voting on installing sidewalks & bike lanes along Chamblee-Dunwoody from Cambridge Drive to Womack Road. Please also voice your support for the city to narrow travel lanes and

Pedestrian Crossing Island on Mt. Vernon at Forest Springs Drive

  TONIGHT (8/24/2015: The Dunwoody City Council discusses possible Pedestrian Crossing Island on Mt. Vernon at Forest Springs drive. We’d love to see this built. But will it impact future bike lanes when the road is repaved (scheduled for 2016)? And what is the plan for those long right turn / decel lanes on Mt.

See Something, Say Something

When you’re out & about in our town of Dunwoody and notice freshly-paved roads, take a look at the lane width and check to see if they are the appropriate width for the area. See the below for newly repaved segments of Vermack near Womack along Dunwoody High School and also Vanderlyn in front of Vanderlyn

AWESOME NEWS: Trail to be included along GA-400 through I-285 interchange!

Thank YOU, Georgia Department of Transportation!! As reported in the Neighbor Newspapers on May 29th,  the Georgia Department of Transportation as agreed to have a trail included along GA-400 through I-285 interchange! Many thanks go to the City of Sandy Springs for committing $1 Million towards the trail. Specific thanks also go to the PATH

Tilly Mill: Full Complete Streets, please (one more time)

UPDATE #3: Sound Your Voice for Bikes NOW – December 14th Council meeting City Council has an agenda item for Monday, December 14th to discuss proposed sidewalks & PARTIAL bike lanes 8th. TODAY: Please send a short email to our mayor, council & staff in support of bike lanes along the FULL segment on Tilly Mill Road between North

Winters Chapel Plan: Complete Streets, please

UPDATE as of 4/30: The wrap-up meeting on the Winters Chapel Road Corridor study is 7 p.m. tonight 4/30 at Congregation Beth Shalom, 5303 Winters Chapel Road. This is a joint project between the cities of Peachtree Corners and Dunwoody.  Although we didn’t get dedicated bicycle facilities nor a “Complete Streets” application, learn what is