SR 92/140 ATMS (Advanced Traffic Management System)
This project will install computerized systems to control traffic signal timing and monitor traffic in real time along the SR 92 (Woodstock/Crossville Road) and SR 140 (Holcomb Bridge Road) corridors. This technology will allow City staff to remotely control the computerized signal systems from the City's Hembree Road Facility. The project is 100% funded through the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) and is expected to be fully functional by October 2014.
Nesbit Ferry Road at Brumbelow Road
This City of Johns Creek funded project will add a traffic signal to the intersection of Nesbit Ferry Road and Brumbelow Road. In addition to the signal, the project will provide a left-turn lane from southbound Nesbit Ferry Road to Brumbelow Road as well as an additional turn lane on Brumbelow Road. Finally, sidewalk connections will be made in the area. The signal is expected to become operational in September.
Old Alabama Road at Old Alabama Road Connector
This project will add a right turn lane from
westbound Old Alabama Road to northbound Old Alabama Road Connector.
Construction is expected to be completed in December.
Holcomb Bridge Road at Warsaw Road Intersection
This Georgia DOT funded project will extend the westbound
left-turn lane and improve operations by shortening the median noses in
the eastbound and westbound direction to improve left-turn vehicle
turning radius. Construction is expected to be complete in November.
The annual resurfacing of selected streets is underway. Nesbit Ferry Road and Norcross Street are reaching completion. Other major roads include Old Alabama Road, Old Roswell Road, and Old Mountain Park Road. In addition to these roads, several local streets will be included. A map is in development. Generally speaking the crews work from the west to
across the City. When resurfacing is underway, SLOW DOWN in work zones, watch for lane closures, and stay aware!