The PATH400 Greenway Trail, a multi-use trail that runs along Buckhead's Georgia 400 freeway, Atlanta is currently under construction. The trail will span the cities of Atlanta and Sandy Springs, and be 10.0 m (3.0 m to 14.3 m (4.3 m wide) once it is complete.

PATH400 will be approximately. It will be approximately 5.2 miles (8.4 kilometers) long and run from Loridans Drive southward to the Atlanta BeltLine's Peachtree creek spur trail. The trail will run from 10 feet (3.0m) to 14ft (4.3m) wide, and will pass through the neighborhoods of North Buckhead and Lindmont LaVista. It will be the "spine Buckhead's Trails and Greenways Subsystem", part of the Buckhead Collection. This trail will connect parks, trails and neighborhoods to Buckhead's urban core and eventually to the Atlanta BeltLine. The PATH400 Trail is a partnership of Buckhead CID and Livable Buckhead. It is estimated to cost $10 Million. At the end of 2017, $12.66 million in federal and city funding was approved.

According to a memo from staff to the council, Roswell and Sandy Springs are working together to submit packages of support for GDOT. Roswell has been looking at expanding the trail northward towards Roswell.

On October 25, 2017, consultants presented preliminary plans for an extension to the PATH400 to Sandy Springs.

The greenway was decorated with colorful crosswalks and Star Wars-themed chalk art.

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