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$1B Interchange to Include Route for Pedestrian Path

State and local government officials say they have worked out a way to pay for an extension of PATH400 through the Ga. 400/I-285 interchange. Sandy Springs City Council is including $1 million in the city’s 2016 budget to pay part of the cost of including a segment of the multi-use trail in the redesign and reconstruction of the Ga. 400/I-285 intersection. Read more…

Originally seen on atlanta.curbed.com

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