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JAN-FEB 2019

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12 COBB LIFE | JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2019 Essentially, as the main portion stands now, you can hop on your bicycle at the main entrance of Kennesaw Mountain, ride it south along Kennesaw Avenue, take a le onto Tower Road, turn right onto Roselane Street, follow along as it turns into Sessions Street, stay right onto Brumby Lane (taking you alongside the Brumby Los), turn right at North Marietta Parkway, take the pedestrian bridge to cross North Marietta, take a slight right across the railroad tracks at Kennesaw Avenue then a quick le onto the trail, follow that as it runs parallel to the Marietta Square, take a slight le over Polk Street to cross the railroad tracks, follow the trail and cross over Whitlock Avenue, continue to follow it and, before you know it, you'll be riding on the newly-constructed pedestrian bridge over South Marietta Parkway and finding yourself in Brown Park. "e Mountain to River (M2R) Trail is part of a much larger regional trail system that currently connects as far as the KSU main campus to the north on Chastain Road with plans to connect to Woodstock," said City of Marietta Transportation Engineer Marc Simmons. "Currently, the City of Marietta portion of the M2R trail begins on Kennesaw Avenue and continues alongside the Marietta Welcome Center at the city square, to West Atlanta St and Pearl Street with a newly constructed pedestrian bridge across South Marietta Parkway."

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