The Buckhead Community Improvement District has issued a request for proposal (RFP) for phase three and four of Peachtree Road improvements.
Buckhead CID recently completed phase two of the project, from one mile north of Georgia 400 up to Peachtree Dunwoody Road. The project has been underway for more than two years.
Improvements to make the road a “complete street” include granite curbing and medians, planting hardwood trees, landscaping, bike lanes and dedicated left turn lanes.
Phase three and four will “complete the project south through the Buckhead Village to the southern BCID border,” the CID says.
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Peachtree Road Phase Three project consists of converting Peachtree Road to a complete street from Maple Dr. to W. Shadowlawn Ave. The project currently has a completed Concept Report based on a proposed “road diet” and environmental approvals. Construction plans are to be developed following GDOT’s Plan Development Process.
The Peachtree Road Phase Four project concept currently consists of reconstructing sidewalks, curbs and pavement resurfacing to accommodate a “road diet” of Peachtree Road between W. Shadowlawn Ave. and Sheridan Drive, through the heart of Buckhead Village in Atlanta, GA.
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