Do you want better area to walk your dog, go for a jog or ride your bike in the Norcross area?
The Gwinnett Village CID, with the assistance of the Atlanta Regional Commission, wants the community's input on different ways to improve mobility during a bicycle and pedestrian open house Thursday, Aug. 2.
The community improvement district is undertaking a connectivity study that will "encourage alternative modes of transportation and enhance pedestrian and bicycle mobility," according to the CID website.
The study looks specifically at the Jimmy Carter Boulevard and Indian Trail Lilburn Road corridors.
"Traditionally, the corridors have been designated for automobile related uses, thus lacking adequate pedestrian facilities, streetscaping and overall elements necessary to transform the corridor into a ‘complete street’ (providing mobility for all users)," says the website.
The bicycle and pedestrian open house will take place Thursday, Aug. 2, from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the campus church at Greater Atlanta Christian Schools, located at 1525 Indian Trail Lilburn Road. For more information on the study, check out the Gwinnett Village CID website.