Bike and pedestrian detour created around Arlo developmentThe Trinity Triangle development under construction was branded "Arlo" by an Atlanta firm. Courtesy of Matchstic
Work around the Arlo development on East Trinity Place means that bikers and walkers will need to find another route through the area.
According to the city, “Starting on March 4th, a bike and ped detour will be set in place to travel around this area. The PATH Trail will remain open, however access from the trail across E. Trinity Place will not be possible. The detour will remain in place for three to four weeks.”
The detour will be located at E. Trinity Place near E. Howard.
“The City has carefully considered the temporary closing and the detour. Please know that we understand the inconvenience that this will bring for some,” the post on the Decatur Minute blog says. “The detour will ensure safety and provide for the construction of a much better sidewalk on the south side of E. Trinity Place.”
The city provided this map of the detour rote:
Kent Collins, with Centro Development, LLC, the developer behind Arlo, told Decaturish this week the project is a month behind schedule, but he hopes the first units will begin leasing in April.