The City of Tucker continues to add infrastructure in the alleys as part of the trail project in Downtown Tucker. Posts for streetlights are being put in place in the alleys west of Main Street. Thirty-one streetlights will help illuminate the alleys and the trail around the future town green.
Hasbun Construction is helping the City of Tucker set all their bricks in a row as construction continues on the entrance to the alley, and to the trail network, on the west side of Main Street. The brick selected for the project matches the existing brick on Main Street. Converting the alley into a plaza […]
The City of Tucker continues to make progress on the citywide trail network in a variety of locations. The Tucker Path Trail Master Plan and Implementation Strategy converts the one lane Cemetery Avenue, passing through Rehoboth Cemetery and Floral Hills Memorial Gardens, into a shared road accommodating pedestrians and cyclists. The 0.3 mile road was […]
Land is being cleared along Hugh Howell Road to build a section of the city-wide trail network from Mountain West Trail to Marthasville Court. This section is a continuation of the trail from Smoke Rise Elementary School headed east. It will enable those living on every residential street in the City of Tucker east of […]
The week Hasbun Construction shared aerial photographs and video of their work on segment 1a of the trail in Downtown Tucker.
Here are a few photos of the recent progress on the trail through the alleys, on B block, in Downtown Tucker. “B” block is west of Main Street between First Avenue and Railroad Avenue. Where did the name B block come from? Each of Tucker’s original eight blocks were assigned a letter, A through H. […]
Progress on Segment 1a is moving north and south parallel to Main Street. Land has been cleared in the alley from Railroad Avenue to First Avenue and forms have been set for retaining walls. The intersection of the two alleys, on what is historically known as “B block” in Downtown Tucker, will form a space […]
This morning Friends of Tucker PATH Director, Beth Ganga; Tucker’s Mayor, Frank Auman,; Tucker-Northlake CID Executive Director, Matthew Lee; PATH Foundation Executive Director, Greta deMayo and others, including city council members Anne Lerner, Cara Schroeder, Virginia Rece, and Alexis Weaver, gathered for the official groundbreaking for segment 1A of Tucker’s trail system through Downtown Tucker. […]
Construction of Tucker’s model trail segment (1a) in Downtown Tucker is moving along quickly! The section in this photo runs parallel to 2nd Street and terminates at the corner of 2nd Street and Railroad Avenue.
Great progress is being made on Tucker’s Model Trail Segment, also known as Segment 1a! This 0.3-mile trail utilizes the Tucker’s historic alley network to improve walkability and create new public spaces. It will also serve as the beginning of the 3.0-mile Tucker-Northlake Trail which will connect Downtown Tucker to Northlake Mall along a predominantly […]