Projects Under Design

Burnt Hickory road at Brownsville extension and stout parkway

This project involves intersection improvements for the intersection of Burnt Hickory Road at Brownsville Extension and Stout Parkway. Currently the intersection is a four-way stop. This is a safety project designed to help address intersection safety deficiencies.

The design phase began in April 2018 at a cost of $119,670. Construction is anticipated to begin in calendar year 2022. This project is funded by SPLOST funds & has additional GDOT funding, but it is a joint project with Cobb County and the overall project costs will be split between the two counties.

sr 101 at sr 120

This project involves intersection improvements for the intersection of SR 101 at SR 120. Currently the intersection is a four-way stop. This is a safety project designed to help address intersection capacity deficiencies.

The design phase began in January 2017 at a cost of $149,684.  Right of way acquisition is currently in progress. Construction is anticipated to begin in 2022. This project is funded by SPLOST funds, but additional State funds have been requested as both roadways are State routes.

sr 101 at goldmine road

This project involves intersection improvements for the intersection of SR 101 at Goldmine Road. This is a safety project designed to help address intersection deficiencies.

The design phase began in May 2018 at a cost of $283,509. Right of way acquisition is currently in progress.  Construction is not anticipated to begin until the year 2023. This project is funded by SPLOST funds, but additional State funding will be requested to help fully fund construction of this project.

Cedarcrest Road Corridor Improvement from Harmony Grove Church Road North to the Cobb County Line.

This project is 3.3 miles of existing roadway that consists of widening to a four lane section with a 20 foot median between Harmony Grove Church Road and the Cobb County line. The project will also include upgraded shoulders and pedestrian facilities.

A Request for Proposals (RFP) was advertised for this project in 2017. TranSystems was selected, out of five engineering firms, and awarded the preliminary engineering design services contract on December 12, 2017.

The project design phase began in January 2018 at a cost of $2,582,898. This is a multiyear project that is planned to begin Right of Way Authorization by June 2022 and construction is planned for April 2025.

A Public Information Open House was held on January 24, 2019. The concept drawings presented at this open house are below. Coordination will be required with GDOT including assistance with funding. Funding for this project will come from SPLOST with additional funding from the State for construction costs.

Conceptual Plan

Response Letter: /DocumentCenter/View/8723/0013700_ResponseLetter_v3_April-2019

Bobo Road at Mt Tabor Church Road and Macland Road

This project involves intersection improvements at both the Mt Tabor Church Road at Bobo Road and Macland Road at Bobo Road intersections. Roundabouts are planned at both locations to address the current intersection deficiencies.

The design phase began in May 2018 at a cost of $341,586. Construction is not anticipated to begin until the year 2023. This project is funded by SPLOST funds.

dabbs bridge road at harmony grove church road

This project involves intersection improvements to realign the current intersection to the north and ad left and right turn lanes to address the intersection capacity.

The design phase began in June 2020 at a cost of $184,253. This project is scheduled to begin construction in calendar year 2023. This project is funded with SPLOST funds.

sr 6 cORRIDOR OPERATIONAL AND SAFETY STUDY

Design for this project began in January 2019 at a cost of $196,761. It involves a road safety audit to study existing problems alone the SR 6 Corridor from State Route 6 Business (Atlanta Highway) to the Cobb County line.  The project evaluates accidents, capacity issues, safety issues, & operational issues that can be corrected with various smaller projects.  A full report will be completed to summarize the findings and break out a few projects that can be engineered to help address some of the existing concerns along the Corridor.  The construction date is TBD.

sr 120 (Buchanan hwy) @ scoggins road (SR 120 Connector)

Intersection improvements involved in this project include the addition of left and right turn lanes on SR 120 (Buchanan Hwy) onto Scoggins Road.

Design for this project began in November 2020 at a cost of $49,888.  Construction is scheduled to begin in late 2021.  This project is funded with a combination of SPLOST funds and a $200,000 contribution from GDOT for construction.

hiram sudie road at davis mill road

The design phase of this project began in May 2019 at a cost of $129,116.  Construction will involve intersection improvements to add a roundabout at the existing intersection of Hiram Sudie Road and Davis Mill Road.  The roundabout will help with the current congestion that the intersection experiences daily.  This project has been awarded additional funding from GDOT to help cover the estimated construction cost of $1,146,063. Construction is scheduled to begin in 2025 and is funded by SPLOST in addition to the GDOT construction funding.

ridge road widening

This project involves widening a section of Ridge Road from SR 92 to Laird Road from an existing two 12' lanes to four 12' lanes with a 20' grass median.  This project will have two seperate phases that will connect near the Greystone Power entrance.

The design phase began in February 2020 at a cost of $98,501. This project is scheduled to begin construction in 2022 and the project is funded by SPLOST funds.

macland road at sr 6 business

This project involves intersection improvements for the existing intersection of Macland Road at SR 6 Business. Currently the intersection is a signalized intersection. This is a safety project designed to help address some of the existing deficiencies at this intersection.

The design phase will be beginning in September 2021 and the cost is TBD.  This project is funded by SPLOST funds, but additional GDOT funding will be requested to help fully fund construction of this project.