Roswell DOT Interactive Map
Use the Roswell DOT Interactive Map to review information on selected projects in the City. In addition to learning more project details, you can download a project-specific fact sheet.
GDOT Resurfacing of Rt.120
Please be aware that traffic signal detection equipment is disconnected during resurfacing. The Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) began resurfacing Rt. 120 (Marietta Highway) the evening of Sunday, April 17th. The work will take approximately four weeks, weather permitting, and will begin in Cobb County and extend to Rt. 9 (Atlanta Street) in Roswell.
The work will be done during overnight hours between 8 p.m. and 5 a.m. Travelers are reminded to use caution when traveling through this area as loose debris is a natural part of the resurfacing process.
GDOT Resurfacing of Rt.92
Please be aware that traffic signal detection equipment is disconnected during resurfacing. The Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) began resurfacing Rt. 92 (Crossville Rd.) from the Cobb County Line to Highway 9 (Alpharetta Hwy.) on March 28.
The project involves milling, paving, and restriping the road, as well as replacing traffic detection devices.
The first part of the project is the removal of traffic-detection devices, which will begin March 28. This process will take seven to ten days to complete. Soon after, the actual work related to the paving operations will follow. It is estimated that the paving will be completed by the end of June..
All activities will be carried out in the evening hours from 8:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m., primarily from Sunday evening through Thursday evening. Some activities could occur on Friday and Saturday evenings, as well.
Travelers are reminded that loose debris is a natural part of any process involving milling and preparation of the road surface and to use caution when traveling through the area.
Sun Valley Phase 1A Project
This is the first phase of a project to connect the existing Sun Valley Drive with the existing Warsaw Road. The project will grade an existing detention pond and provide two treatment cells within existing City property to enhance water quality and detention for the surrounding area before the water reaches Foe Killer Creek. The project will also construct a double 8’ x 8’ culvert carrying a creek under the proposed Sun Valley Drive connection. This project is under construction and is expected to take up to three months to complete.
Houze Road (SR 140) at Hembree Road Roundabout
This project will construct a multi-lane roundabout at the intersection of Houze Road/SR 140 and Hembree Road. It will also construct a multi-use trail along the south side of Hembree Road for pedestrian and bike mobility connecting to Hembree Park. The project is under construction and is being managed by Georgia DOT.
Current work as of May 2016 is utility relocation. Expect periodic lane closures, mostly during mid-day.
Projects at Holcomb Bridge Road and GA-400
Holcomb Bridge Road Westbound Through Lane and StreetscapeThis Bond-funded traffic operational improvement project will add a third westbound travel lane along Holcomb Bridge Road (SR 140) between Old Alabama Road and SR 400 northbound on-ramp. The project consists of turn lane and signal upgrades at the intersections of Old Alabama Road and Market Boulevard, new wide sidewalks, pedestrian lighting, and streetscape enhancements.
Holcomb Bridge Road at SR 400 Northbound Ramp Intersection Improvement
This Georgia DOT-funded traffic operational improvement will eliminate the Holcomb Bridge Road eastbound "trap lane" approaching Old Alabama Road. The project will add a right turn lane to the existing SR 400 northbound ramp (exit 7A), modify the existing traffic signal at the northbound ramp terminus, and extend the westbound left-turn lane to southbound SR 400.
SR 400 Southbound Off-ramp and On-ramp Improvement
This Georgia DOT funded traffic operational improvement will add a second right-turn lane from the exit ramp onto westbound Holcomb Bridge Road. The southbound on-ramp shoulder will be improved and the existing median will be extended. Construction is expected to begin in the Fall of 2016
***May 2016 Update on HBR/GA-400 Projects***
Construction on the two projects east of SR 400 are complete. The contractor will be completing the punch list items over the next month.
At the SR 400 northbound ramp (Exit 7A) traffic signal: On May 2nd the pedestrian crosswalk and the "No Turn on Red" illuminated signs were activated. Traffic coming off of the Exit 7A ramp will be able to make a right turn on red if the way is clear of pedestrians and oncoming eastbound traffic(Holcomb Bridge Road). A sign prohibiting right turn on red will illuminate if a pedestrian presses the crosswalk button. Wait to turn right until after the sign is turned off and the way is clear of pedestrians.
Resurfacing of selected surface streets for locally funded projects in 2016 has been completed. Please note that GDOT is resurfacing SR 92 and SR 120 in addition to the City of Roswell funded resurfacing. Also, be aware that traffic signal detection equipment is disconnected during resurfacing.
Old Roswell Road at Warsaw RoadStaff is designing an improvement at this intersection that includes the addition of a westbound left turn lane on Old Roswell Road to southbound Warsaw Road. In addition, there will be a new right turn lane from northbound Warsaw Road to eastbound Old Roswell Road. Construction is expected to begin in July 2016.
Alive In Roswell--April to OctoberThe Alive in Roswell event is held on the third Thursday of every month April through October. As a reminder, the following streets will be closed for the event. Detours will be in place, follow signs, slow down and be alert. (Times are approximate.)
- Canton Street between Magnolia Street to Norcross Street (6:30p-10p)
- Webb Street between Canton Street to Mimosa Boulevard (6:30p-10p) (Note new time)
- Elizabeth Way between SR 9/120 and Canton Street (7a-10p) (Note new time)
- Park Square between SR 9/120 and Mimosa Boulevard (4:30p-10p)