It's long awaited by MARTA passengers, but Roswell is finally set to "" near the Holcomb Bridge/Ga 400 interchange area today, July 25.
The project consists of pedestrian improvements along Holcomb Bridge Road at the bridge over Ga. 400 including, sidewalks, crosswalks and pedestrian signals to improve safety and facilitate pedestrian traffic across the Ga. 400 ramps. The city has also approved the relocation of an eastbound MARTA bus stop between Old Dogwood Road and the Ga. 400 southbound on-ramp.
Additionally, the project calls for a reconstructed median to extend the eastbound left-turn lane for northbound Ga. 400 traffic, a re-landscaped median between Dogwood Road and Ga. 400 and the addition of new trees between Old Dogwood Road and Ga. 400.
Crews will work following morning rush hours and prior to the afternoon drive home, during the non-peak hours of 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. or at night. There will be intermittent closures so traffic will be able to move through the area. Construction is expected to be complete in November, weather permitting.
Total project cost is $336,170.00 and is funded through the
For more information regarding Roswell Transportation projects, visit the city's Cone Zone.