The PATH400 Greenway Trail is a multi-use trail under construction[1] along the Georgia 400 freeway in Buckhead, Atlanta. Once complete, the trail will be 10 feet (3.0 m) to 14 feet (4.3 m) wide and traverse the cities of Atlanta, Sandy Springs and Dunwoody.

Length 5.2 miles (8.4 km)
Location Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Use Cycling and pedestrians
Cycling details
Season Year round
Surface Asphalt


PATH400 will be ca. 5.2 miles (8.4 km) long, extending from Loridans Drive south to the Atlanta BeltLine’s Peachtree Creek spur trail. The trail will be 10 feet (3.0 m) to 14 feet (4.3 m) wide and traverse the neighborhoods of North Buckhead, Peachtree Park and Lindmont LaVista.[2] It is intended to be the “spine of Buckhead’s Trails and Greenways Subsystem, part of the Buckhead Collection, connecting parks, trails, schools and neighborhoods to the urban core of Buckhead and ultimately to the Atlanta BeltLine.” The PATH400 Trail is a partnership between Buckhead CID, Livable Buckhead and the PATH Foundation, and is estimated to cost $10 million.[3][4] City and Federal funding of $12.66 million was approved at the end of 2017.[5][6]

Future expansion[edit]


Additional plans include connecting Dunwoody to the multi-use trail.[7]


Roswell is working with Sandy Springs to jointly submit packages of support to GDOT, according to a staff memo to the council. The city of Roswell has been considering expanding the trail northward to Roswell.[8]

Sandy Springs[edit]

On October 25th, 2017 consultants presented early plans for an extension of the PATH400 to the city of Sandy Springs.[9]


Colorful crosswalks and Starwars themed chalk art have been displayed on the greenway.[10][11]

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