Sandy Springs residents and officials cut the ribbon on a new pedestrian bridge over Nancy Creek along Windsor Parkway on June 5.

The bridge is part of a $384,000 pedestrian accessibility improvement project, also including sidewalk installation, around Windsor Parkway and Northland Drive. The bridge and sidewalks eventually will serve a new park, called Windsor Meadows, planned for vacant lots at that intersection.

John Ruch

John Ruch is an Atlanta-based journalist. Previously, he was Managing Editor of Reporter Newspapers.

One reply on “Sandy Springs opens Windsor Parkway pedestrian bridge”

  1. This one has perplexed me from the start.

    $384K for a “pedestrian bridge” to a virtually private park with no public parking as per the local residents requirement. Others not wanted they said, we need won’t be safe with no locals….

    Now, the actual road bridge which is crumbling still stands. Could a new bridge for cars not have been built to replace the existing structure and that bridge include a pedestrian sidewalk? Hmmmm

    Good on you, SS, making the most of what you have is clearly not a priority if it’s money involved.

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