Visit PATH400

PATH400 is a paved path for cyclists and pedestrians which runs alongside GA 400 starting in the Lindbergh area, and continuing north through Buckhead. Once complete, it will be a 5.2 mile paved greenway that connects to multiple trail systems including the Atlanta BeltLine, South Fork Conservancy trails and more! It is also part of a larger 106 acre network of trails and parks planned as the Buckhead Collection.


  • Dark green: Trails that don’t have automobile traffic.
  • Green: Dedicated lanes are roads that are shared with cars and have a separate bike lane.
  • Dotted green line: Roads that don’t have a dedicated bike lane but are recommended for cyclists. (This can be when dedicated multi-use paths end and residential and commercial roadways and sidewalks must be used instead)
  • Brown: Unpaved trails are off-road dirt paths.

The PATH400 trail project will reinvent the GA400 corridor by reconnecting a community previously divided in half by the highway.” – Livable Buckhead

The project is a made possible through a partnership spearheaded by Livable Buckhead with support from the Buckhead Community Improvement District (Buckhead CID) and the PATH Foundation.


HOURS: Dawn to Dusk

PHONE: 404-842-2680

ADDRESS: You’re encouraged to bike or walk to the greenway, but if driving is your only option, you can park here:

PET FRIENDLINESS: Leashed pets are welcome, but be sure to clean up after them!


  • The trail is open to all non-motorized users (Motorized wheelchairs, electric scooters and electric bikes are permitted).
  • The trail is open from dusk to dawn. The trail is closed at night.
  • Trail users must refrain from entering posted private property.
  • Alcoholic beverages, drugs and unlicensed firearms are not allowed on the trail.
  • Vandalism and theft of trail amenities will result in prosecution.
  • Reckless use of a bicycle or skates which endangers other trail users is prohibited.
  • As a courtesy to other trail users, please refrain from tobacco use along the trail.
  • Keep right and pass on the left – the trail is like a roadway.
  • Yield to pedestrians – pedestrians always have the right-of-way.