The North Buckhead Master Plan (available in the NBCA section of this website) calls for an extensive bicycle network throughout North Buckhead. Nicknamed "The B-Line", this bicycle network will make it easy to exercise plus bike to parks, friends' houses, shops, restaurants, and transit. Further, The B-Line will help with traffic calming, pedestrian safety, and livability.  So the B-Line is not just for people who ride bikes - it's part of how North Buckhead is actively defining the quality and character of the neighborhood.

The B-Line is off to a great start.  Already, thanks to the effort organized by Livable Buckhead, Path 400 serves as the central backbone of the B-Line. Path 400 is operational from the Buckhead Loop to Wieuca Road and work is underway to extend further to Loridans and beyond.  In addition, the City of Atlanta recently installed bike lanes and narrower automobile lanes on Old Ivy.  Soon, the City will totally re-make the bike lane on Wieuca Road, our signature neighborhood street.  The remaining bike lanes called for in the Master Plan do not yet exist and it will take North Buckhead working together with the City and others to make it a reality.

To learn more about the B-Line, please find below two newsletter articles as well as the B-Line bike route map.

To get involved in the B-Line Action Team that is working to make the B-Line a reality, please send an email to [email protected]