THE NORTHEAST TRAIL IS IN PIEDMONT HEIGHTS and IS AFFECTING YOUR BUSINESS!
The Atlanta BeltLine's Northeast Trail starts at Monroe and Piedmont Rd NE. The first point of entry in Piedmont Heights will be at Clear Creek and Monroe at Ansley Mall. The trail will continue to the Buford-Spring Connector and terminating at the Lindberg Marta Station. See PiHi Alliance boundary map.
The Northeast Trail behind Ansley Mall from Monroe to Buford-Spring Connector is slated to open in end of 2020!
NOW IS THE TIME TO GET INVOLVED WITH PIHI ALLIANCE TO MAKE THE MOST OF THIS OPPORTUNITY
AND PLAN FOR GROWTH TOGETHER!
MOST RECENT UPDATE
COMMUNITY MEETINGS & PRESENTATIONS
JULY 2022 NORTHEAST TRAIL CONSTRUCTION UPDATES
FEBRUARY 2022 CONSTRUCTION UPDATES
0.7 PAVED PATH OPEN BEHIND ANSLEY MALL WITH ACCESS VIA RAMP FROM MONTGOMERY FERRY ROAD.
APRIL 14, 2021 | Atlanta – Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI) and Georgia Power have completed work on a portion of the Northeast Trail and it is now open to the public in an advanced interim state. The trail runs through the Piedmont Heights and Ansley Park neighborhoods and is accessible behind Ansley Mall and via a ramp connection from Montgomery Ferry Road.
At 0.7 miles in length, this paved, multi-use trail – known as Segment 2 – is part of the larger Northeast Trail that will ultimately connect from the northern end of the Eastside Trail by Piedmont Park up to the Lindbergh MARTA station.
The next phase of work for Segment 2 will fully complete 1.2 miles of the multi-use trail between Westminster Drive and Mayson Street, including: the paved trail, a connection to Piedmont Avenue, lighting and security cameras, bridgework, planting, and stormwater management systems.
Permitting is underway for the second phase of work. The drawings are 90% complete and work is in progress to confirm budgets and bring the drawings to 100% complete.
Georgia Power managed the construction as part of a larger project to replace and relocate a transmission line. This trail segment will double as maintenance access for Georgia Power to occasionally maintain the line. The scope of work included the fourteen-foot-wide trail, the access ramp at Montgomery Ferry Drive, stormwater systems, retaining walls, and erosion control grassing. Trees Atlanta has planted bioswales and the remaining plantings will be completed in the next phase of work.
The Northeast Trail – Segment 1 is 0.9 miles and runs alongside Piedmont Park from Monroe Drive to Westminster Drive. It remains open in an interim condition with compacted railroad gravel and dirt. Alternative analysis and concept validation is underway as part of the federally-funded trail design. Once a locally preferred alternate is determined for this segment, the consulting team will ultimately deliver a locally funded set of construction documents.
The Northeast Trail – Segments 3, 4, 5, and 6 is approximately 2.4 miles and navigates from Mayson Street (just north of the Buford-Spring Connector) to the MARTA Lindbergh Station. Design work includes connections to PATH400, the Peachtree Creek Greenway, and the South Fork Trails and will build out access points from public streets. The project will involve crossings of existing MARTA heavy rail, Norfolk Southern and CSX freight rail, and Peachtree Creek. Several potential alignments for Segment 3 are under review by Norfolk Southern Railway.
December 2020: South of Buford Connector Bridge To Just North of Clear Creek Bridge/Ansley Mall Publix
What has been constructed?
August 2020: Northeast Trail Paving
Concrete pouring on the trail continues with a significant portion already completed. Work is underway on the ramp between the trail and Montgomery Ferry Road.
June 2020: Northeast Trail will Continue Around Armour Yards
We are proud to announce that after one year of advocating on behalf of Piedmont Heights, the PiHi Alliance collaborative effort with Piedmont Heights Civic Association and property owners of Armour-Ottley, the Atlanta BeltLine will continue around Armour Yards.
This section of the Atlanta BeltLine will be unique to our community in built and natural environments. Check out the Facebook Live on 5.14.20 to learn all about it!
October 2019: Northeast Trail Construction
Georgia Power gets started on trail construction between Ansley Mall and the Buford-Spring
Now that Georgia Power has installed new utility poles and completed line
work in the northeast corridor, they are kicking
off construction on a segment of the Northeast Trail between Ansley
Mall and the Buford-Spring Connector. Georgia Power will be paving the Atlanta BeltLine mutli-use trail, which will include the 14-foot wide trail, an access point at Montgomery Ferry Drive,
stormwater systems, retaining walls, and initial landscaping. This work is expected to be complete by fall 2020.
MEETING: NORTHEAST STUDY GROUP-SUBAREA 6 MASTER PLAN UPDATE
THURSDAY AUGUST 18, 2022 FROM 6:30-8:00PM
Join Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI) as we continue the process of updating the Subarea 6 Master Plan. The Subarea 6 geography includes neighborhoods of Ansley Park, Midtown, Morningside/Lenox Park, Piedmont Heights, Sherwood Forest, and Virginia-Highland.
The purpose of this meeting is to present the findings from the design workshops that took place May 16th through May 26th of 2022. We will then review the draft master plan goals and receive your feedback on the draft recommendations for land use (e.g. mixed use, housing, commercial services), mobility (e.g. trails, sidewalks, bikes, transit), parks and greenspace.
SubArea 6 Master Plan Update Presentation: March 22, 2022
1579 MONROE DRIVE
SUITE F, BOX 226
ATLANTA, GA 30324