Plans to restripe portions of West and East Paces Ferry roads and Pharr Road will be presented during a public information meeting Feb. 25, according to the Buckhead Community Improvement District.

“With the momentum of development activity in the [Buckhead] Village, these streets present opportunities to use the space in their right of way differently, making streets that are safer for bicycles and pedestrians, and handle traffic more smoothly,” BCID said in a flier advertising the meetings.

“As the lanes on these streets are being restriped from their recent resurfacing, the Buckhead Village community has an opportunity to change the nature and role of these streets in the neighborhood’s overall network.”

Plans include restoring West Paces Ferry to two lanes in each direction, with a center left-turn lane, a single bike lane and a mid-block crossing, he flier says. The westbound bike lane would be removed and replaced with a shared lane.

Representatives of the city of Atlanta and the BCID will discuss the road striping in a meeting at Atlanta International School, 289 North Fulton Drive. The meeting is at 6 p.m.

The project is scheduled to begin this month and conclude in March.