Last Mile Connectivity addresses multimodal connections within and between activity centers including Perimeter Center, providing people choices other than the automobile for shorter trips, or to connect and complete longer trips.
T-SPLOST Project Description: The project will construct Perimeter trails and acquire right-of-way for future high capacity transit linking the Perimeter Community Improvement District.
Project Benefits: Provide direct last-mile connections throughout the Perimeter Community Improvement District • Preserve right-of-way for future transit service
Estimated T-SPLOST Funding: $8,000,000
ACTIVITY RELATED TO THIS PROJECT
A Public Information Open House was hosted in January 2017 as part of a 3-city study with the cities of Brookhaven and Dunwoody.
The final draft report related to the Last Mile Connectivity Study was presented to the Mayor and City Council in March 2017.
Below are materials related to the January 26, 2017, Public Information Open House.