The city of Brookhaven is studying Ashford Dunwoody Road between I-285 and Peachtree Road. The purpose of the study is to develop a vision for a multimodal corridor that:
- Serves the needs of all users of the corridor
- Is harmonious with existing development and future growth along the corridor
- Minimizes negative impacts to property owners and neighborhoods along the corridor
- Is cost-effective and implementable
- Has broad community support from citizens, stakeholders, and other partners
The project team is in the process of refining draft recommendations based upon City, public and stakeholder input. The team presented a set of refined draft recommendations to address the movement of vehicles, pedestrians, cyclists, and potential transit riders, consistent with the character of existing and future development along the corridor at a Public Open House on Nov. 29, 2016, at City Hall. The outcome of this phase of the corridor study will be visual depictions of the desired general look of the corridor and a series of recommended phased projects to improve the corridor over time, along with an accompanying report. A draft report will be available for review before the end of 2016. The team will present the draft and final corridor vision to City Council in early 2017 for review and approval.
Upon approval of the recommendations by the City Council, the city will develop a plan to fund and implement the recommended projects. The design details of recommendations from this first phase of the study will be worked out during the planning and design of the individual projects, which will include the opportunity for the community to review and provide input and comment on the proposed detail designs.
For more information, check back for updates on this page or email ADCorridorStudy@brookhavenga.gov.
Following a series of stakeholder meetings, a community workshop, and technical analysis of traffic data, the project team has updated draft recommendations aimed at making Ashford Dunwoody Road a multimodal corridor that serves the needs of all users, is harmonious with existing development and future growth, minimizes negative impacts to property owners and neighborhoods along the corridor, that has broad support from citizens and stakeholders, and that is cost-effective and implementable.
The final draft recommendations were presented at a public open house on Tuesday, Nov. 29, at Brookhaven City Hall, Council Chambers, 4362 Peachtree Road.
Below are links to the materials presented at the open house (due to file size, some documents may take longer to upload):
- Welcome handout - overview
- Study timeline and overview
- Intersection improvements at Peachtree Road
- Intersection improvements at Windsor Parkway
- Short-term intersection improvements at Johnson Ferry Road
- Long-term intersection improvements at Johnson Ferry Road
- Intersection improvements at Harts Mill Road/Marist School
- Intersection improvements at West Nancy Creek Drive
- Intersection improvements at Montgomery Elementary School/Chaucer Lane
- Segment 4 Typical Cross-Section: Perimeter Summit Parkway/Oak Forest Drive to City Limits
- Intersection improvements at Perimeter Summit Parkway/Oak Forest Drive
- Examples of potential streetscape elements
Comments on the open house materials will be accepted through Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2016 by email at ADCorridorStudy@BrookhavenGA.gov.
Contact the Project Team at ADCorridorStudy@brookhavenga.gov or call 770-754-0755.
Two open-house stakeholder meetings were held in March of this year to gather input about issues, opportunities, and creating a vision to improve the corridor for all users in the future.
Following these meetings and analysis of traffic and other data, the project team and city hosted a community workshop on Monday, Sept. 12, 2016, at Marist School, 3790 Ashford Dunwoody Road.
Click on the links below to view materials presented at the community workshop. Please send any questions or comments to ADCorridorStudy@brookhavenga.gov.
MAY 2016 TOWN HALL PRESENTATION
Click here for a presentation on the project given at the May 26, 2016 Mayor's Monthly Town Hall.
MARCH 2016 MEETINGS RECAP
The city of Brookhaven has hosted Stakeholder Meetings to discuss the future of the Ashford Dunwoody Road corridor on March 21 and March 23.
ADCOrridorStudy@BrookhavenGA.gov, or hard copies may be mailed to:
Ashford Dunwoody Road Corridor Study
C/O Nithin Gomez, Project Manager
Gresham Smith and Partners
2325 Lakeview Parkway, Suite 300
Alpharetta, GA 30009