The 2013 Silver Comet Trail Economic Impact Analysis and Planning Study reported $60 million dollars annually were spent with the three counties along the greenway trail.

The Flint River Trails document is intended to serve as the blueprint for Dougherty County’s greenway trail development for the next 20+ years. A streamlined planning process was initiated with an on-the-ground approach to assess feasible trail corridors. The KAIZEN team began the planning process by meeting with city and county staff, officials, and stakeholders…

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Lack of routine police patrol has resulted in the public’s perception of the Riverfront Trail being unsafe.

On November 6, 2015, the Dougherty County Board of Commissioners approved a master agreement with KAIZEN Collaborative to provide planning and design development of the County’s greenway trail system. The KAIZEN team was selected based on their experience planning over 650 miles of similar trails around the southeast. The County viewed KAIZEN Collaborative as a…

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