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Multimodal Study

See the original MCNA communication regarding the Multimodal Study here.

After receiving feedback from MCNA and individual neighbors, the City of Brookhaven Multimodal plan was significantly revised. While most of the issues MCNA and others raised have been addressed, we want to remind neighbors that the public comment period closes Friday, May 3rd. Feedback should be sent via email to and District 1 Councilmember Michael Diaz ( before the Friday deadline.

Visit the City of Brookhaven Multimodal Study page for the updated plans. Note there are five “April 18 Final Open House” linked PDF documents on the bottom of the page that provide detail of the updated plan. The Multimodal Full Network Proposal (link) – shows all proposed updates including sidewalks & trails.

Murphey Candler Area Highlights

  1. Ashford-Dunwoody from Perimeter Summit to Marist: sidewalks on both sides + shared use path
  2. Oak Forest Dr/Ashwoody Trl/Ashwoody Ct: sidewalks (both sides of Ashwoody Ct)
  3. Oconee Pass: sidewalk and neighborhood bikeway (bike improvements within public road right-of-way) with a paved connection from Oconee Pass to W Candler Lake Ct (across private property)
  4. W Nancy Creek Dr: sidewalks on both sides + neighborhood bikeway
  5. Ballfields south of park: paved shared use path with westward connection to Ashford-Dunwoody and eastward connection to Remington Rd
  6. Candler Lake W and Candler Lake E: sidewalks with unpaved connections to the unpaved lake loop trail
  7. Remington Rd: neighborhood bikeway
  8. E Nancy Creek Dr: sidewalks on both sides

Click to view as a PDF.


Last Updated: April 30, 2024