City Of Atlanta Approves $28M Of Funding Towards The City’s Multi-Use Trails

More funding is going towards keeping Atlanta's trails in tip-top shape! 🔝

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City Of Atlanta Approves $28M Of Funding Towards The City’s Multi-Use Trails

The PATH Foundation announces City of Atlanta’s approval of budget!

Since 1991, PATH has been turning neglected greenspace and abandoned railroad corridors into beautiful greenways. Thanks to generous local supporters, PATH trails link neighborhoods to commercial centers and provide alternative modes of transportation for everyone.

They recently announced that an unprecedented total of $28M will be provided for funding throughout the City of Atlanta, being approved by full council on Monday, December 6th, 2021.

PATH’s Executive Director, Greta deMayo remarked in a recent press release, “The PATH Foundation is thrilled to see the City of Atlanta prioritize its trail network by allocating funding to enhance local and regional connectivity to Atlanta.”


“We thank the City of Atlanta, Mayor, Council Members, Officials and Staff who helped pass the TSPLOST and Bond list. We look forward to continuing our partnership with the City and neighborhoods to build these trails for everyone’s enjoyment.”

The non-profit organization will continue to advocate for all trail projects and monitor their status on its ongoing list of projects. Included (but not limited to) the BeltLine, Silver Comet Trail, and so many more!

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