The Buckhead Community Improvement District wants public input on proposals to make the Village area more friendly to people on foot and bikes.
The Buckhead CID has worked with consultant Kimley-Horn and Associates to devlop ideas to improve the Peachtree-Roswell Road-Paces Ferry interchange, a snarl of traffic at the historic heart of the community.
The idea is to make Charlie Loudermilk Park and surrounding streets more attractive and usable by people who aren’t driving, without disturbing traffic flow.
The concepts will be presented at a public meeting May 17 at Peachtree Presbyterian Church. The meeting will start at 6:30 p.m. in the Canyon Room of The Lodge.
What do you think? Can this area be made more attractive and usable without snarling traffic? Let us know what you think in the comments area below.