Posts tagged with "GA 400"

Overnight lane closures planned on I-285, GA 400

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt October 6, 2014

The Georgia Department of Transportation plans overnight lane closures this week on I-285 in Cobb County and Georgia 400 in north Fulton. The I-285 lane closures are part of a project to rebuild the interchange with Atlanta Road. Two northbound and two southbound I-285 lanes between Atlanta and Paces Ferry roads each overnight, Monday through […]

Overnight lane closures on GA 400 this week

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt September 29, 2014

The Georgia Department of Transportation is planning to close lanes GA 400 northbound this week to allow for reconstruction of the interchange at Northridge Road. GDOT will close two of the four northbound lanes at the Northridge Road interchange each night, Monday through Thursday. The interchange is located approximately two miles north of the North […]

Heads up – Multiple GA 400 lane closures ahead

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt September 17, 2014

If you’re thinking about using GA 400 Thursday evening, you might want to think again. The Georgia Department of Transportation says that utility work will result in multiple lane closures on Georgia 400 near the Northridge Road interchange on Thursday, Sept. 18. “A utility relocation on the new Northridge Road bridge being built over Georgia […]

GDOT will finalize GA 400 lanes this weekend

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt September 3, 2014

It’s been almost a year since the state of Georgia stopped charging drivers to cross Georgia 400 and since that time Georgia Department of Transportation crews have been working to make the road look like other state highways. This weekend, GDOT will be taking an important final step in the process. The Transportation Department said […]

285/400 – Funding plan announced

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt May 15, 2014

Leaders in The Perimeter and in Buckhead gave Gov. Nathan Deal high marks for his plan to pay for improvements to the I-285/GA 400 interchange. Deal announced the new funding plan on May 15, saying there would be $211.5 million in funds available for the project. “DealĀ and Georgia Department of Transportation board members approved the […]

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