Two-Lane Typical Section With Bike Lanes
Two-Lane Typical Section With Bike Lanes
Three-Lane Typical Section With Bike Lanes
Three-Lane Typical Section With Bike Lanes
Two-Lane Typical Section Without Bike Lanes
Two-Lane Typical Section Without Bike Lanes
Three-Lane Typical Section Without Bike Lanes
Three-Lane Typical Section Without Bike Lanes
Public Works

Tilly Mill Road Sidewalk Project

North Peachtree Road to Womack Road

The city seeks to add pedestrian accommodations along the west side of Tilly Mill Road.  The sidewalks will tie in to the upcoming intersection improvements at Tilly Mill Road and N. Peachtree Road and continue north to Georgia Perimeter College.  Once constructed a coninuous sidewalk will be in place between N. Peachtree Road and Womack Road.  

Three concepts are currently, including concepts to also add bikelanes.  A Public Information Open House was held on May 5, 2015 at Kingswood United Methodist Church.  Links to the documents presented at this event, including the comment card, may be found on the right side of this webpage.  

The three concepts considered are as follows:

Alternate 1 - Sidewalks Only

Sidewalks (5 ft wide) would be added to the west side of Tilly Mill Road between N. Peachtree Road and Womack Road.  No additional pavement width would be added to Tilly Mill Road.  Bike riders would continue to use the existing travel lanes.

Alternate 2 - Sidewalks and Bike Lanes

Sidewalks (5 ft wide) would be added to the west side of Tilly Mill Road.  Also, Tilly Mill Road would be widened (6-8 ft) to accommodate designated bicycle lanes (4 ft wide) on both sides of Tilly Mill Road between N. Peachtree Road and Womack Road.  

Alternate 3 - Sidewalks and Partial Bike Lanes

Sidewalks (5 ft wide) would be added to the west side of Tilly Mill Road between N. Peachtree Road and Womack Road.  Also, Tilly Mill Road would be widened (6-8 ft) to accommodate designated bicycle lanes (4 ft wide) on both sides of Tilly Mill Road within the existing 2-lane section (between N. Peachtree Road and Cherring Road).  Bike riders would continue to use the existing travel lanes within the existing 3-lane section (between Cherring Road and Womack Road).  

Public Comments are Requested

The city is seeking constructive comments on the three concepts presented at the Public Information Open House on May 5, 2015.   The displays and a comment card may be viewed/downloaded below.  

 

Contact

Mindy Sanders
Capital Projects Manager
678-382-6850
mindy.sanders@dunwoodyga.gov