Multi-Use Trail

Trail by a lake

Corners Connector Trail System

The Peachtree Corners 2015 Livable Centers Initiative (LCI) study indicated walking and biking trails were the most desired public amenities.

In response to this and to a 2016 workshop and online survey, the city has begun construction of an 11.5-mile multi-use trail system. The trail will crisscross through the community connecting residents with shops, restaurants and office parks.

 View the LCI Trail Feasibility Assessment Map (PDF).

Crooked Creek Trail

The City also completed a concept and feasibility study for a multi-use trail that will be located near CrookedCorners Connected Crooked Creek Trail Creek between Spalding Drive and Holcomb Bridge Road / Peachtree Parkway. This study commenced in the summer of 2019 and was completed September 2020. The proposed trail will likely be 10-12 feet wide and will consist of concrete, greenways, and boardwalk sections.

For questions regarding the plans for the trail or the relevant studies, please email Transportation Engineer James Nguyen.