As some of you have already mentioned, the closure of East Howard between Church and McDonough will affect Safe Routes to School. Here’s CSD’s release and a map above …
Construction on the Trinity Triangle project will impact Safe Routes to School.
From the City of Decatur Design, Environment & Construction Division:
Trinity Triangle: Bike-Ped-Car Changes for September 29, 2014 until (possibly) Spring 2016.
Construction at Trinity and E. Howard will begin in full on Monday, September 29.
Here is what travelers need to know:
- E. Howard will be closed for bike-ped-car traffic including the PATH trail for an 18-24 month period starting this weekend.
- In addition, there will be no sidewalk service on the south side of Trinity Street between Church Street and E. Howard Avenue. For this reason, there will be no mid-block crossing on Trinity.
Alternate routes will be posted on the street this weekend. Here is a snapshot of those alternate routes:
- The alternate PATH bike route will be on Church Street and Sycamore Street.
- The alternate pedestrian routes for the E. Howard will be on Church Street and E. College Street.
Please direct any questions to:
JOHN MAXIMUK, AICP
City of Decatur Public Works Department
Design, Environment & Construction Division
2635 Talley Street, P.O. Box 220, Decatur, GA 30031
How was the commute this morning?