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  • Powers Ferry Road/Mt Paran Road Intersection Project

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    1. Address:4900 Powers Ferry Drive
      Sandy Springs, GA 30327
    2. Capacity:N/A
    Amenities:
    Categories:
    1. Road Project
    2. TSPLOST Projects
    3. TSPLOST: Intersection Improvement
    4. TSPLOST: Traffic Efficiency

PROJECT STATUS:  The project is in design and will be soon entering the right-of-way and utility relocation phase in advance of construction.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION & HISTORY: 

The purpose of the project is to improve the operational efficiency and enhance safety at the intersection of Mt. Paran Road and Powers Ferry Road. The improvements include operational and safety enhancements to alleviate the existing bottleneck condition.. A roundabout is being designed that will address the safety and operational needs.  This project was included by Fulton County voters, including residents of Sandy Springs, in the November 8, 2016, Transportation Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (T-SPLOST) referendum. 

At a January 26, 2017 public open house, concepts for a traffic signal and a roundabout were presented to the public.  The response was in favor of the roundabout option versus the traffic signal option. A traffic study conducted by the consultant for this project concurred that the roundabout was the preferred option.  The City decided to proceed with the roundabout.

The Mayor and City Council approved moving forward with the roundabout concept into on March 21, 2017. The Mayor and Council approved proceeding with full design on February 20, 2018.

PROJECT INFORMATION:

February 20, 2018 City Council Meeting Presentation

Mt Paran at Powers Ferry Presentation-March 21, 2017 City Council Meeting

January 26, 2017 Public Meeting Material:

Open House Handout

Open House Comment Card

Roundabout Alternative

Signal Alternative                  

 

To learn more about roundabouts, visit http://www.dot.ga.gov/DS/SafetyOperation/Roundabouts

 

 

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