Old Roswell Road at Warsaw Road
Staff 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 fall 2015.
Resurfacing of Old Alabama Road, Old Roswell Road, and Old
Mountain Park Road will begin in spring 2015. Check back for updates. When resurfacing is underway, SLOW DOWN in work zones, watch for lane closures, and stay aware! Also, be aware that traffic signal detection equipment is disconnected during resurfacing.
Holcomb Bridge Road Westbound Through Lane and Streetscape
This 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. Construction is expected to begin in December.
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. Construction is expected to begin in December.
SR 400 Northbound at Holcomb Bridge Road Relief Ramp
This Bond funded project will take the Exit 7A ramp from northbound SR 400 to Holcomb Bridge Road eastbound and split it allowing for access to both Holcomb Bridge Road eastbound as well as Market Boulevard. The provision of this new exit ramp will allow traffic to access Old Alabama Road via an alternate route thereby relieving traffic on Holcomb Bridge Road east of SR 400. The project is currently in right-of-way acquisition and is expected to begin construction in spring 2015.