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Peachtree Transformation

Current status: Phase three of the Peachtree Transformation (Maple Drive to West Shadowlawn Avenue) is currently in the design phase. Phase four of the Peachtree Transformation (West Shadowlawn Avenue and ends at Sheridan Drive) is currently in the design phase.–The Peachtree Transformation is taking a pedestrian-unfriendly suburban arterial and creating a sophisticated, attractive complete street by adding granite curbing and medians, hardwood trees, seasonal color landscaping, bike lanes, wide sidewalks, modern lighting, buried utility lines, street furniture, and dedicated left turn lanes at signaled intersections.

The first phase of the project was completed in 2007 and runs from GA 400 to one block south of Piedmont Road at Maple Drive.

The second phase was completed in 2012 and runs from GA 400 to the intersection of Roxboro Road and Peachtree Road.

A traffic analysis is being performed to guide development of design and model conditions both with and without potential future roadway modifications for the next phases of Peachtree.Phase three, which begins at Maple Drive and extends to West Shadowlawn Avenue, and is funded by grants from the Georgia Infrastructure Bank and the ARC, is in the preliminary design phase and the Buckhead CID will start the “right of way” phase in late 2015. Construction should begin in late 2016.

Phase four, which begins at West Shadowlawn Avenue and ends at Sheridan Drive, is projected to be funded by private sources.

Phases three and four of the Peachtree Transformation are part of a larger system enhancement called “operation improvements” of Peachtree Road extending south to Spring Street in Midtown.

The primary goal of the project is to reduce crashes by modifying the existing roadway cross-section to include designated left-turn lanes lanes and potentially bike lanes.

The Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) is leading the other phases of the project in coordination with the City of Atlanta and Midtown Alliance. A working group called The Peachtree Task Force has been formed to coordinate design and public involvement for the entire corridor.

Click here to view the location of the Buckhead CID’s Peachtree Road project, as well as the phases led by GDOT.

Peachtree Road Open House




The Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) will host a public information open house to present concept drawings, explain the project in detail and seek/answer questions and concerns regarding this transformation of Peachtree Road from Deering to Pharr Roads, PI 0012870.  All members of the public are encouraged to attend.   In collaboration, the Buckhead CID will also have representatives and consultants in attendance to review information for the section of Peachtree Road from Pharr Road to E. Shadowlawn Drive.


Thursday – October 29, 2015
Attendance is encouraged ANYTIME between 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Shepherd Center

2020 Peachtree Road NW

Atlanta, GA 30309-1465

In the

Calloway Auditorium

Shepherd Center is also easily accessible via MARTA bus route 110, which travels along the Peachtree Road corridor.

The previous open house was held in April 2014 at the Peachtree Road United Methodist Church (PRUMC).  Professionals were on hand to share concept drawings, discuss the project and answer questions.


Current Combined Peachtree Road Layout for Phases 3 & 4

Concept Display

Previous Concepts from the February 2014 Open House

Combined Peachtree Phase 3 & 4

Concept Display


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