The final concrete has been poured on Beltline’s Westside trail

Combined ShapeCaption
The final concrete has been poured on Atlanta Beltline's Westside trail. Construction began in November 2014. This portion is a three-mile trail from Washington Park to Adair Park. The trail will not be open until after landscaping, lighting and signs are installed.

The final concrete has been poured on the Atlanta Beltline's Westside trail, the organization announced on Facebook Tuesday.

City leaders broke ground on the Westside trail, which is expected to dramatically change the face of southwest Atlanta, in November 2014.

Combined ShapeCaption
The Beltline's Westside trail is nearly complete.

The Beltline's Westside trail is nearly complete.

Combined ShapeCaption
The Beltline's Westside trail is nearly complete.

This portion is a three-mile corridor, running from Adair Park to Washington Park, in the ultimate transformation of former railway corridors into a 22-mile loop.

But while the concrete may be down, don’t try walking on it just yet.

The trail won’t open until finishes such as landscaping, lighting and signage are installed. Atlanta Beltline Inc. did not immediately respond with an estimate of when it may be ready.

The Beltline plans to hold a trail dedication in September, according to the post.

Like Intown Atlanta News Now on Facebook | Follow us on Twitter

More:

Combined ShapeCaption
Ponce City Market is in the early stages of expanding its presence along the popular beltline trail.