Active projects List

  • Resurfacing from Piedmont Avenue to Monroe Drive

  • Upgrades along 10th Street, from Howell Mill Road to Fowler Street, to optimize signal operations and communications network to ATCC

  • Pedestrian and Bicycle safety improvements along 10th Street at three locations: Myrtle Street, Argonne Street and Grady High School

  • Upgrades along 14th Street, from Northside Drive to Techwood Drive, to optimize signal operations and communications network to ATCC

  • Replacement of traffic signal LED’s, cabinet, controller monitor, signal wiring, communications, & timing at the intersection

  • The 14th Street resurfacing project is part of the Howell Mill Road Complete Street project and will be implemented in 3 phases. Initial phases for implementation include:

    • Phase 1: Resurfacing from Howell Mill Road to Hemphill Avenue
    • Phase 2: Resurfacing from Piedmont Avenue to Peachtree Street
    • Phase 3: Resurfacing from Peachtree Street to West Paces Ferry Road
  • The 14th Street resurfacing project is part of the Howell Mill Road Complete Street project and will be implemented in 3 phases. Initial phases for implementation include:

    • Phase 1: Resurfacing from Howell Mill Road to Hemphill Avenue
    • Phase 2: Resurfacing from Piedmont Avenue to Peachtree Street
    • Phase 3: Resurfacing from Peachtree Street to West Paces Ferry Road
  • The 14th Street resurfacing project is part of the Howell Mill Road Complete Street project and will be implemented in 3 phases. Initial phases for implementation include:

    • Phase 1: Resurfacing from Howell Mill Road to Hemphill Avenue
    • Phase 2: Resurfacing from Piedmont Avenue to Peachtree Street
    • Phase 3: Resurfacing from Peachtree Street to West Paces Ferry Road
  • Resurfacing from West Peachtree Street to SCAD Way (Pvt Entrance)

  • This project will upgrade and replace ancillary equipment of 2 Trane Chillers that went completely down over the summer. Mechanical upgrades, and inspections will be performed to bring the equipment to working condition. The large Trane is in operation.

  • ADA Ramp and Crosswalk improvements at 470 Flat Shoals Road

  • Roadway construction on unpaved street from St. Joseph Avenue to Watkins Street.

    This project was discussed as part of the Northwest Roadway Construction projects open house, held on March 29, 2017.

  • The 8th Street resurfacing project will be implemented in 2 phases. Initial phases for implementation include:

    • Phase 1: Resurfacing from Northside Drive to Marietta Street
    • Phase 2: Resurfacing from Williams Street to West Peachtree Street
  • The 8th Street resurfacing project will be implemented in 2 phases. Initial phases for implementation include:

    • Phase 1: Resurfacing from Northside Drive to Marietta Street
    • Phase 2: Resurfacing from Williams Street to West Peachtree Street
  • Replacement and installation of ADA ramps to meet ADA compliance standards:

    Monroe DriveEast Andrews Drive | Harbin Road | Collier Road | 10th Street | 14th Street Phases 1, 2 & 3 | Baker/Highland Connector| Barnett StreetHightower Road | Empire Boulevard

  • Tennis court repair

  • Replacement of traffic signal LED’s, cabinet, controller monitor, signal wiring, communications, & timing at the intersection

  • Resurfacing from Waters Drive to Beecher Street

  • Resurfacing from Carnegie Way to Centennial Olympic Park Drive

  • Bronze Restoration of plaza, oblelisk and sculpture; clean stone and glass elements

  • Resurfacing from Redbud Lane to Burnt Hickory Drive

  • Resurfacing from Oakshire Way to cul de sac

  • Upgrades along Atlanta Avenue, from Boulevard Avenue to Hank Aaron Drive, to optimize signal operations and communications network to ATCC. This project includes the conversion of the intersections at Hill Street and Martin Street from traffic signal control to all-way stop control. This project also includes the conversion of Atlanta Avenue from one-way operation to two-way operation between Hank Aaron Drive and Hill Street, as well as Martin Street between Atlanta Avenue and Ormond Street.

  • Project scope includes constructing one mile of a five-foot sidewalk, new granite curbing, invasive species mitigation, and improving drainage.

  • Construct new bicycle and pedestrian bridge between Dellwood Drive and Colonial Homes over Peachtree Creek. On Woodward Way and Wesley Drive, install sidewalks on the south side of the street and neighborhood greenway improvements including traffic calming, green storm water infrastructure, street trees, wayfinding, and bicycle infrastructure. On Northside Drive, install four pedestrian crossing enhancements.

    A groundbreaking ceremony was held for this project on November 30, 2017.

  • Resurfacing from Morehouse Drive to Joseph E. Boone Boulevard

  • Resurfacing from Lee Street to Cascade Avenue

  • Replacement of traffic signal LED’s, cabinet, controller monitor, signal wiring, communications, & timing at the intersection

  • Resurfacing from Turpin Avenue to East Confederate Avenue

  • Roadway construction on unpaved street from Alloway Place to Underwood Avenue.

    This project was discussed as part of the Southeast Roadway Construction projects open house, held on April 25, 2017.

  • Resurfacing from Park Avenue to Polar Rock Road

  • Resurfacing from Central Park Place to Piedmont Avenue

  • Resurfacing from Virginia Avenue to Ponce de Leon Avenue

  • Replacement of traffic signal LED’s, cabinet, controller monitor, signal wiring, communications, & timing at the intersection

  • Resurfacing from New Britain Drive to cul de sac

  • Resurfacing from Donnelly Avenue to Ferris Street

  • Resurfacing from Campbellton Road to cul de sac / traffic circle

  • Resurfacing from Boulevard to Moreland Avenue

  • Resurfacing from Guilford Forest Drive to New Hope Road

  • Resurfacing from Bagwell Drive to Lakewood Avenue

  • Remove sculpture from Underground Atlanta site; store until new location is identified; restore metal and paint finish; design and build new placement site and reinstall sculpture

  • Resurfacing from Martin Luther King Jr. Drive to Fulton Industrial Boulevard

  • Bronze Restoration and repair of marble pedestal

  • Installation of fiber on Boulevard, between Atlanta Avenue and McDonough Road. Includes the conversion of the intersection at Englewood Avenue from traffic signal control to side-street stop control, with the addition of pedestrian enhancements.

  • Roadway construction on unpaved street from East Side to Pasley.

    This project was discussed as part of the Southeast Roadway Construction projects open house, held on April 25, 2017.

  • Resurfacing from Murphy Avenue to Metropolitan Parkway

  • Street resurfacing from Nathan Road to Brownlee Road

  • Resurfacing from Benjamin Mays Drive and Boulder Park Drive

  • Resurfacing from Bolton Road to Hollywood Road

  • Replacement of traffic signal LED’s, cabinet, controller monitor, signal wiring, communications, & timing at the intersection

  • Replacement of traffic signal LED’s, cabinet, controller monitor, signal wiring, communications, & timing at the intersection

  • Replacement of traffic signal LED’s, cabinet, controller monitor, signal wiring, communications, & timing at the intersection

  • Upgrades along Campbellton Road, from I-285 to Lee Street, to optimize signal operations and communications network to ATCC

  • Complete Street improvements including resurfacing, sidewalk installation and repair, street trees, granite curbing, ADA compliant crosswalks and ramps, lighting, bus shelters, and protected bike lanes.

  • Resurfacing from Fairlane Drive to Collier Drive

  • Upgrades along Cascade Road, from Childress Drive to Lawton Street, to optimize signal operations and communications network to ATCC. This project is a phase of the Cascade Road/Avenue Corridor project.

  • The project scope may include corridor improvements on Cascade Road/Avenue from Atlanta city limits to Ralph David Abernathy Boulevard, including milling, resurfacing, restriping, traffic communications corridor signal upgrades, bus stop enhancements, streetscapes and pedestrian safety improvements. The Renew Atlanta bond program is one of multiple funding sources for the Cascade Road/Avenue Corridor project which, will be implemented in 2 phases. Initial phases for implementation include:

      • Phase 1: from Atlanta city limits to Willis Mill Road and from Delowe Drive to Avon Avenue
      • Phase 2: from Avon Avenue to Ralph David Abernathy Boulevard

    Public meetings for this project were held on October 13, 2016, March 22, 2017, May 22, 2017, and March 20, 2018.

  • The project scope may include corridor improvements on Cascade Road/Avenue from Avon Avenue to Ralph David Abernathy Boulevard, including milling, resurfacing, restriping, traffic communications corridor signal upgrades, bus stop enhancements, streetscapes and pedestrian safety improvements. The Renew Atlanta bond program is one of multiple funding sources for the Cascade Road/Avenue Corridor project which, will be implemented in 2 phases. Initial phases for implementation include:

    • Phase 1: from Atlanta city limits to Willis Mill Road and from Delowe Drive to Avon Avenue
    • Phase 2: from Avon Avenue to Ralph David Abernathy Boulevard
    A public meeting was held for this project on March 8, 2018.
  • Repair, replacement and enhancement of any sections of the fence that may be missing and/or damaged to match the original design

  • Resurfacing from Willis Mill Road to Martin Luther King Jr. Drive

  • Resurfacing from Andrew Young International Drive to Luckie Street

  • Replacement of bridge, which spans CSX and MARTA tracks, from Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive to Decatur Street. An open house was held for this project on May 17, 2018.

  • Roof repairs, interior/exterior painting to recreation center, tennis court resurfacing

  • Repair circular ring; clean and seal bronze inlay; and grout and seal circular plaza

  • Replacement of traffic signal LED’s, cabinet, controller monitor, signal wiring, communications, & timing at the intersection

  • Replacement of traffic signal LED’s, cabinet, controller monitor, signal wiring, communications, & timing at the intersection

  • Replacement of bridge over South Utoy Creek between Key Drive and Cascade Road. A public meeting for this project was held on June 29, 2016.

  • Upgrades along Claire Drive from Jonesboro Road to Springdale, to optimize signal operations and communications network to ATCC

  • Resurfacing from Metropolitan Parkway to Jonesboro Road

  • Upgrades along Cleveland Avenue, from Springdale Road to Jonesboro Road, to optimize signal operations and communications network to ATCC

  • Resurfacing from Howard Street to City Limits

  • Replacement of traffic signal LED’s, cabinet, controller monitor, signal wiring, communications, & timing at the intersection

  • Resurfacing from Collier Court to Linkwood Road

  • Kitchen and bathroom renovations, interior/exterior finishes

  • Resurfacing from Howell Mill Road to Peachtree Road

  • This $25 million Design-Build project will reconstruct the 110-year old Courtland Street Bridge from Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive to Gilmer Street. The City of Atlanta is responsible for right of way acquisition and the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) is funding this project’s construction. Renew Atlanta is contributing $4.2M toward this project.

    View a complete project overview here.

  • Resurfacing from Peachtree Street to Gunby Street

  • Resurfacing from Hills Avenue to Hyde Manor

  • Roadway resurfacing from resurfacing from Gundy Street to City Limit. The DeKalb Avenue resurfacing project is part of the DeKalb Avenue Complete Street project.

  • Replacement of traffic signal LED’s, cabinet, controller monitor, signal wiring, communications, & timing at the intersection. The DeKalb Avenue @ Rockyford Road & DeKalb Place signal project is part of the DeKalb Avenue Complete Street project.

  • Corridor improvements inclusive of milling and repaving, sidewalk and ADA ramp repair and installation, reversible lane removal and addition of bicycle facilities along DeKalb Avenue between MARTA Inman Park-Reynoldstown Station (Hurt Street) and City Limit.

    A fact sheet for the Dekalb Avenue Corridor Improvements was presented at the Inman Park Neighborhood meeting on February 15, 2017. Official Renew Atlanta public meetings were held on November 17, 2016March 30, 2017, and April 18, 2018.

  • Replacement of reversible lane traffic signal system from Jackson Street to Oxford Place. The DeKalb Avenue traffic signal project is part of the DeKalb Avenue Complete Street project.

  • Upgrades along Dekalb Avenue/Decatur Street from Peachtree Street to Rockyford Road, to optimize signal operations and communications network to ATCC. The DeKalb Avenue/Decatur Street TCC project is part of the DeKalb Avenue Complete Street project.

  • Resurfacing from Martin Luther King Jr. Drive to Linkwood Road

  • Neighborhood Improvements on Auburn and Edgewood Avenues

  • ADA upgrades to restrooms; interior and exterior paint, minor roof repairs, interior finishes, HVAC control replacements, break room renovations, miscellaneous and other repairs

  • Design for ADA upgrades; interior and exterior finishes; roof repairs; HVAC controls and renovations

  • ADA upgrades to restrooms; interior and exterior paint, minor roof repairs, interior finishes, HVAC control replacements, break room renovations, miscellaneous and other repairs

  • Design for ADA upgrades; interior and exterior finishes; roof repairs; HVAC controls and renovations

  • ADA upgrades to restrooms; interior and exterior paint, minor roof repairs, interior finishes, HVAC control replacements, break room renovations, miscellaneous and other repairs

  • Resurfacing from Metropolitan Parkway to Springdale Road

  • Resurfacing from Regency Park Drive to cul de sac

  • The complete streets improvements will include milling, re-paving, and re-striping of the existing roadway, and streetscape improvements including a multi-use trail and pedestrian crossing signals, from Roxboro Road to the Gordon C. Bynum pedestrian bridge. Renew Atlanta is contributing $1M toward this project, in partnership with the Buckhead Community Improvement District.

    A public meeting for the multi-use trail element of this project was held on August 30, 2016. A groundbreaking ceremony was held on November 9, 2017.

  • Sidewalk improvement on Edgewood Avenue from Jackson to Boulevard

  • Resurfacing from Ellis Street to Carnegie Way

  • Resurfacing from Huff Road to end of street

  • Resurfacing from Berne Street to North End

  • Resurfacing from Harlan Road to end of street

  • Resurfacing from Oak Drive to Mount Zion Boulevard

  • Resurfacing from Empire Boulevard to end of street

  • ADA upgrades, comprehensive interior/exterior refresh and court repairs

  • Restore structural damage, repaint interior yellow, replace cable hardware

  • Resurfacing from Metropolitan Parkway to Pryor Road

  • Resurfacing from Holderness Street to Walker Street

  • Complete Street and intersection improvements inclusive of milling, repaving, and installation of bicycle lanes, sidewalks and pedestrian improvements along Fairburn Road. Public meetings for this project were held on May 12, 2016 and June 29, 2017.

    Special attention was given to the Fairburn Road at Mays Crossing intersection due to limited intersection sight distance, operating speeds, and increased traffic volumes on Fairburn Road. General Manager Faye DiMassimo and Department of Public Works Commissioner William Johnson held a neighborhood meeting on October 23, 2017. Since the meeting, an updated signal plan has been made available.

  • Resurfacing from Mark Place to Fairlane Drive

  • The Fairburn Road resurfacing project will be implemented in 3 phases. Initial phases for implementation include:

    • Phase 1: Ginnis Road to Howell Drive
    • Phase 2: Campbellton Road to Campground Road
    • Phase 3: City Limits to railroad tracks (before Welcome All Road)
  • Resurfacing from Greenleaf Circle to Doral Drive

  • Resurfacing from Gault Street to Boulevard

  • Replace garage exhaust system, ADA upgrades, renovate kitchen, roof repairs, replace ceiling tiles, paint interior walls and exterior paint, HVAC controls upgrade, upgrade lockers and various miscellaneous repairs

  • Replace garage exhaust system, ADA upgrades, locker upgrades, repair roof, renovate kitchen, repair/replace windows and structural repairs

  • Renovate kitchen cabinets, interior/exterior finishes and correct exterior conditions of the roof

  • ADA upgrades, locker upgrades, renovate kitchen cabinets, interior/exterior finishes, repair/replace windows and structural repairs

  • ADA upgrades, replace garage exhaust system, renovate kitchen, structural repair, upgrade lockers, replace ceiling tiles, paint interior and exterior and building modification

  • Replace garage exhaust system, ADA upgrades, renovate kitchen, mechanical controls, repair/replace windows, upgrade lockers and interior/exterior finishes

  • ADA upgrades, replace garage exhaust system, repair/replace windows, interior/exterior finishes (2nd floor) and minor repairs

  • Replace garage exhaust system, ADA upgrades, renovate kitchen, roof repairs, replace ceiling tiles, paint interior walls and exterior paint, HVAC controls upgrade, upgrade lockers and various miscellaneous repairs

  • Replace garage exhaust system, ADA upgrades, renovate kitchen, roof repairs, replace ceiling tiles, paint interior walls and exterior paint, HVAC controls upgrade, upgrade lockers and various miscellaneous repairs

  • ADA upgrades, renovate kitchens, roof repairs, replace ceiling tiles, assess repair/renovate windows, paint interior and exterior, and repair lockers

  • Replace garage exhaust system, ADA upgrades, renovate kitchen, roof repairs, replace ceiling tiles, paint interior walls and exterior paint, upgrade lockers and various miscellaneous repairs

  • ADA upgrades, locker upgrades, replace garage exhaust system, repair roof, repair/replace windows and structural repairs

  • Replace garage exhaust system, ADA upgrades, repair roof, repair/replace windows, structural repairs and upgrade lockers

  • Replace garage exhaust system, ADA upgrades, repair roof, repair/replace windows, structural repairs and replace lighting

  • ADA upgrades, replace garage exhaust, ceiling tiles, paint interior and exterior finishes, locker upgrade, bathroom upgrades and AirVac installation

  • Replace garage exhaust system, ADA upgrades, renovate kitchen, mechanical controls, paint interior walls, upgrade lockers and miscellaneous repairs

  • Replace garage exhaust system, ADA upgrades, renovate kitchen, roof repairs, replace ceiling tiles, paint interior walls and exterior paint, HVAC controls upgrade, upgrade lockers and various miscellaneous repairs

  • Replace garage exhaust system, ADA upgrades, renovate kitchen, roof repairs, replace ceiling tiles, paint interior walls and exterior paint, HVAC controls upgrade, upgrade lockers and various miscellaneous repairs

  • ADA upgrades, locker upgrades, replace garage exhaust system, renovate kitchen, waterproofing, miscellaneous repairs and rear apron concrete repairs

  • Replace garage exhaust system, upgrade lockers, and building modification

  • ADA upgrades, replace exhaust system, upgrade lockers, renovate kitchen, repair/replace windows, and lighting

  • ADA upgrades, replace exhaust system, interior paint, upgrade lockers, renovate kitchen, evaluate HVAC controls and repair/replace windows. Prepare masonry structural designs and corrective actions. Exterior clean-up.

  • ADA upgrades, replace exhaust system, renovate kitchen cabinets, upgrade lockers, repair/replace windows and assess electrical/mechanical upgrades

  • Bronze restoration to include cleaning, stablizing corrosion, and sealing

  • Resurfacing from Boiling Brook Drive to Fleetwood Court

  • Roadway construction on unpaved street from Spring Street to dead end.

    This project was discussed as part of the Northwest Roadway Construction projects open house, held on March 29, 2017.

  • Resurfacing along Forest Crossing Drive

  • Resurfacing from Guilford Forest Drive to cul de sac

  • Resurfacing from Forest Overlook Drive to cul de sac

  • Resurfacing from Constitution Road to I-285

  • Complete Street improvements inclusive of milling, repaving, and installation of bicycle lanes, sidewalks and pedestrian improvements along Forsyth Street, from Peachtree Street to Memorial Drive

  • Resurfacing from Boulevard to Edie Avenue

  • Resurfacing from McDonough Blvd to North End

  • Resurfacing from King Smith Road to cul de sac

  • ADA upgrades, exterior lights and interior and exterior cameras, and life safety items

  • Resurfacing from Vickers Street to Shelby Place

  • Upgrades along Glenwood Road, from I-20 to Bill Kennedy Way, to optimize signal operations and communications network to ATCC

  • ADA upgrades, repair basketball and tennis courts

  • ADA upgrades, improvements to clubhouse at golf course

  • ADA upgrades

  • Installation of fiber and minor signal upgrades on Greenbriar Parkway, Continental Colony Parkway, and Campbellton Road to optimize signal operations and communications network to ATCC.

  • Resurfacing from Jewel Court to New Hope Drive and ADA installation/replacement at the corner of New Hope Drive

  • Pedestrian improvements at the corner of New Hope Road

  • Resurfacing from Guilford Forest Drive to cul de sac

  • Replacement of traffic signal LED’s, controller monitor, signal wiring, communication, & timing at the intersection

  • Replacement of traffic signal LED’s, cabinet, controller monitor, signal wiring, communications, & timing at the intersection

  • Resurfacing from Cameron Street to Glenwood Avenue

  • Resurfacing from Cascade Road to Campbellton Road

  • Resurfacing from Lynhurst Drive to end of street

  • Resurfacing from Glenwood Avenue to Berne Street

  • Resurfacing from Delmar Lane to Fairburn Road

  • Bronze restoration

  • Resurfacing from Hollywood Road to James Jackson Parkway

  • Resurfacing from Chattahoochee Avenue to Defoors Ferry Road

  • Resurfacing from Hills Avenue to cul de sac

  • Roadway construction on unpaved street from Richards Street to Ethel Street NW. A public meeting for this project was held on April 18, 2017.

  • Replacement of traffic signal LED’s, cabinet, controller monitor, signal wiring, communications, & timing at the intersection

  • Upgrades along Hosea Williams Drive, from Moreland Avenue to Candler Drive, to optimize signal operations and communications network to ATCC

  • Resurfacing on Howell Mill Road from Margaret Mitchell Drive to Northside Parkway

  • Replacement of traffic signal LED’s, cabinet, controller monitor, signal wiring, communications, & timing at the intersection

  • Replacement of traffic signal LED’s, cabinet, controller monitor, signal wiring, communications, & timing at the intersection

  • Construction funding to implement concept developed with Renew Atlanta Bond funding. Project to increase vehicular intersection capacity. Solutions may include introducing turn lanes, signalization, or a roundabout. Project to include ADA compliant crosswalks, ramps, push buttons, and countdown signal heads.

  • This design proposes to improve the intersection of Moores Mill and Howell Mill Road by adding a traffic signal and dedicated left-turn lanes on the Moores Mill Road approaches.

    A public meeting for this project was held on January 18, 2017.

  • Replacement of traffic signal LED’s, cabinet, controller monitor, signal wiring, communications, & timing at the intersection

  • Complete Street improvements inclusive of milling, resurfacing and installation of bicycle lanes along Howell Mill Road between Collier Road and W. Marietta Street, including streetscape and pedestrian safety improvements. The Renew Atlanta bond program is one of multiple funding sources for the Howell Mill Road Complete Street project.

    A public meeting for this project was held on October 26, 2016.

  • Resurfacing from Chattahoochee Avenue to Glidden Street

  • Resurfacing from Howell Mill Road to Marietta Boulevard

  • Neighborhood Improvements from Krog-Lake-Elizabeth-North Highland Transportation Study. Conceptual plans for this project were presented at the Inman Park Neighborhood Association meeting on April 18, 2018.

  • Roadway construction on unpaved streets from Hightower to Street Joseph Avenue.

    This project was discussed as part of the Northwest Roadway Construction projects open house, held on March 29, 2017.

  • The Jefferson Street resurfacing project will be implemented in 2 phases. Initial phases for implementation include:

    • Phase 1: Resurfacing from Echo Street to Joseph E. Lowery Boulevard
    • Phase 2: Resurfacing from Marietta Boulevard to Joseph E. Lowery Boulevard
  • The Jefferson Street resurfacing project will be implemented in 2 phases. Initial phases for implementation include:

    • Phase 1: Resurfacing from Echo Street to Joseph E. Lowery Boulevard
    • Phase 2: Resurfacing from Marietta Boulevard to Joseph E. Lowery Boulevard
  • Resurfacing from Guilford Forest Drive to Cul-de-sac

  • Resurfacing from Guilford Forest Drive to end of street

  • Resurfacing from Centennial Olympic Park Drive to Piedmont Avenue

  • Pedestrian Improvements from Rock Springs to Briarcliff Road

  • The Johnson Road resurfacing project will be implemented in 2 phases. Initial phases for implementation include:

    • Phase 1: Resurfacing from 1600 Johnson Road to City Limit south of Zonolite Road
    • Phase 2: Resurfacing from Lenox Road to 1600 Johnson Road
  • The Johnson Road resurfacing project will be implemented in 2 phases. Initial phases for implementation include:

    • Phase 1: Resurfacing from 1600 Johnson Road to City Limit south of Zonolite Road
    • Phase 2: Resurfacing from Lenox Road to 1600 Johnson Road
  • Replacement of traffic signal LED’s, cabinet, controller monitor, signal wiring, communications, & timing at the intersection

  • Installation of Fiber on JE Boone Blvd between Northside Dr (SR 3 / US 41) and Fire Station 16 as part of the Department of Watershed’s Green Infrastructure project. Includes traffic signal upgrades at Joseph E. Lowery Boulevard and James P. Brawley Drive, traffic signal installation at Temple Street / Fire Station 16, and traffic signal removal at Tazor Street, Sunset Avenue, and Vine Street.

  • Resurfacing, sidewalks, and other related items on Joseph E. Boone Boulevard between Northside Drive (SR 3 / US 41) and Temple Street as part of the Department of Watershed’s Green Infrastructure project.

  • Upgrades along Joseph E. Lowery Boulevard, from Martin Luther King Jr. Drive to D.L. Hollowell Parkway, to optimize signal operations and communications network to ATCC

  • Joseph E. Lowery Boulevard between Joseph E. Boone Boulevard and Mitchell Street.

    A public meeting for this project was held on January 19, 2017.

  • Resurfacing from Sandys Lane to Gayles Court (could extend to Waynes Court)

  • ADA upgrades, tennis courts, new entrance, and other priorities

  • Resurfacing from Langford Parkway to Jonesboro Road

  • Replacement of traffic signal LED’s, cabinet, controller monitor, signal wiring, communications, & timing at the intersection

  • Replacement of traffic signal LED’s, cabinet, controller monitor, signal wiring, communications, & timing at the intersection

  • Replacement of traffic signal LED’s, cabinet, controller monitor, signal wiring, communications, & timing at the intersection

  • Replacement of traffic signal LED’s, cabinet, controller monitor, signal wiring, communications, & timing at the intersection

  • Resurfacing from Pryor Road to Lakewood Avenue

  • Resurfacing from Childress to ½ mile down on Landrum Drive

  • Kitchen renovations, complete interior/exterior refresh

  • Resurfacing from Sylvan Road to Murphy Avenue

  • Resurfacing from Fair Street to Donnelly Avenue, inclusive of proposed corridor re-striping to include bike lanes.

    A presentation for the Lawton Street resurfacing project was given at the West End Neighborhood Development (WEND) meeting on January 3, 2017 and NPU-T meeting on January 11, 2017. There was also a community meeting held on May 17, 2017. Formal Renew Atlanta public meetings were held for this project on February 23, 2017 and May 31, 2017.

  • Replacement of traffic signal LED’s, cabinet, controller monitor, signal wiring, communications, & timing at the intersection

  • Restoration, enhancement and repair of art panels

  • Pedestrian Improvements from Johnson Road to Railroad Tracks

  • The Lenox Road resurfacing project will be implemented in 2 phases. Initial phases for implementation include:

    • Phase 1: Resurfacing from Cheshire Bridge Road to Johnson Road
    • Phase 2: Resurfacing from Buford Highway to Peachtree Road
  • The Lenox Road resurfacing project will be implemented in 2 phases. Initial phases for implementation include:

    • Phase 1: Resurfacing from Cheshire Bridge Road to Johnson Road
    • Phase 2: Resurfacing from Buford Highway to Peachtree Road
  • ADA upgrades, repair basketball and tennis courts

  • The Lindbergh Way resurfacing project will be implemented in 2 phases. Initial phases for implementation include:

    • Phase 1: Resurfacing from Lindbergh Way to Piedmont Road
    • Phase 2: Resurfacing from Piedmont Road to Morosgo Way
  • The Lindbergh Way resurfacing project will be implemented in 2 phases. Initial phases for implementation include:

    • Phase 1: Resurfacing from Lindbergh Way to Piedmont Road
    • Phase 2: Resurfacing from Piedmont Road to Morosgo Way
  • Resurfacing from Piedmont Avenue to Spring Street

  • Resurfacing from Oakshire to end of street

  • Resurfacing from Oakshire to end of street

  • Resurfacing from Wieuca Road to Peachtree Dunwoody Road

  • Replacement of traffic signal LED’s, cabinet, controller monitor, signal wiring, communications, & timing at the intersection

  • Roadway construction on unpaved street from Woodland Avenue to Moreland Avenue.

    This project was discussed as part of the Southeast Roadway Construction projects open house, held on April 25, 2017.

  • Resurfacing from Cascade Road to Martin Luther King Jr. Drive

  • Resurfacing from Cleveland Avenue to Lakewood Avenue

  • Replacement of traffic signal LED’s, controller monitor signal wiring, communication, & timing at the intersection

  • Roadway construction from end of paved section approximately 150′, including offset cul-de sac.

    This project was discussed as part of the Northwest Roadway Construction projects open house, held on March 29, 2017.

  • Resurfacing from Moores Mill Road to Howell Mill Road

  • Upgrades along Marietta Boulevard to West Marietta Street, to optimize signal operations and communications network to ATCC

  • Replacement of traffic signal LED’s, cabinet, controller monitor, signal wiring, communications, & timing at the intersection

  • Replacement of traffic signal LED’s, cabinet, controller monitor, signal wiring, communications, & timing at the intersection

  • The Marietta Street resurfacing project will replace the existing roadway pavement. The project is approximately 1.6 miles long and begins at the intersection of Marietta Street and Howell Mill Road and ends at Park Avenue, the northwestern end of the most recent road repaving and bike lane marking.

    A business stakeholder open house for this project was held on August 3, 2017. A formal public meeting was held on August 29, 2017.

  • Replacement of traffic signal LED’s, controller monitor signal wiring, communication, & timing at the intersection

  • Replacement of traffic signal LED’s, controller monitor signal wiring, communication, & timing at the intersection

  • Resurfacing from Home Avenue to Ormewood Avenue

  • Roadway construction on unpaved street from Markone Street to North Avenue.

    This project was discussed as part of the Northwest Roadway Construction projects open house, held on March 29, 2017.

  • Replacement of 105+ year old bridge over surface parking between Northside Drive & Forsyth Street

  • Complete Streets improvements on Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive from Ralph David Abernathy Boulevard to Oakland Cemetery including milling, resurfacing, restriping, installation of bicycle facilities, medians and streetscapes, and pedestrian safety improvements. The Renew Atlanta bond program is one of multiple funding sources for the Martin Luther King “Grand Boulevard” project, which will be implemented in phases.  Initial phases for implementation include MLK Jr. Drive from Barfield Avenue to Florida Avenue and from Ollie Street to Northside Drive.

  • Resurfacing from dead end to dead end

  • Resurfacing from Ivan Allen Jr. Boulevard to Mills Street

  • ADA upgrades, repair basketball and tennis courts

  • Installation of fiber on McDaniel Road, between Ralph David Abernathy Boulevard and Whitehall Road, plus a spur up Whitehall Road to connect to the Peachtree Road system. This project includes the conversion of the intersections at Fletcher Street, Gardner Street, Mary Street, and Rockwell Street from traffic signal control to all-way stop control.

  • Replacement of traffic signal LED’s, cabinet, controller monitor, signal wiring, communications, & timing at the intersection

  • Clean bronze conical sculpture, planter and attachments; chemically stabalize all active corrosion and seal; and restore or replace bronze plaques

  • Resurfacing from Laurel Avenue to dead end

  • Replacement of traffic signal cabinet, controller monitor, signal wiring, communication, & timing at the intersection

  • Replacement of traffic signal LED’s, cabinet, controller monitor, signal wiring, communications, & timing at the intersection

  • Replacement of traffic signal LED’s, cabinet, controller monitor, signal wiring, communications, & timing at the Northbound ramps

  • Replacement of traffic signal cabinet, controller monitor, signal wiring, communication, & timing at the intersection

  • The Monroe Drive/Boulevard Complete Street Corridor project encompasses two phases stretching from Piedmont Circle to Woodward Avenue. Improvements are inclusive of milling, repaving, striping, sidewalk and pedestrian crossing improvements.

    • Phase 1: The Monroe Drive phase runs from 10th Street to Piedmont Circle.
    • Phase 2: The Monroe Drive/Boulevard phase runs from 10th Street to Woodward Avenue.

    Public meetings for this Complete Streets Corridor project were held on August 23, 2016 and February 28, 2017 as part of the concept development phase of the project.

  • Upgrades along Monroe Drive/Boulevard Avenue to optimize signal operations and communications network to ATCC

  • The Montgomery Ferry Drive resurfacing project will be implemented in 2 phases. Initial phases for implementation include:

    • Phase 1: Resurfacing from Polo Drive to Piedmont Avenue
    • Phase 2: Resurfacing from Maddox Drive to Polo Drive
  • The Montgomery Ferry Drive resurfacing project will be implemented in 2 phases. Initial phases for implementation include:

    • Phase 1: Resurfacing from Polo Drive to Piedmont Avenue
    • Phase 2: Resurfacing from Maddox Drive to Polo Drive
  • ADA upgrades along Moore’s Mill Road

  • Construction funding to implement concept developed with Renew Atlanta Bond funding. Project to increase vehicular intersection capacity. Solutions may include introducing turn lanes, signalization, or a roundabout, and resurfacing from I-75 to W Wesley Rd. Project to include ADA compliant crosswalks, ramps, push buttons, and countdown signal heads.

  • The design proposes to add dedicated left-turn lanes in the eastbound, westbound, northbound, and southbound directions and add dedicated right-turn lanes in the eastbound and northbound directions.

    Public meetings for this project were held on June 13, 2016 and November 14, 2016.

  • Pedestrian improvements from Howell Mill Road to Devonshire Place

  • Resurfacing from Howell Mill Road to Old Chattahoochee Avenue

  • Add a dedicated right turning lane from the west side of Mt. Paran and Northside Parkway to access I-75 south.

    A public meeting for this project was held on January 23, 2017.

  • Add a left stacking lane at the intersection of Mount Paran, West Conway Drive and Randall Mill Road.

    A public meeting for this project was held on January 18, 2017.

  • Pedestrian bridge connecting the government Parking Deck to the Municipal Court. A project information session and overview was held on November 13, 2017.

  • Resurfacing from Ralph David Abernathy Boulevard to Lucile Avenue

  • Bronze restoration to include repatination and assessment of fountain

  • Resurfacing along New Haven Court

  • Roadway construction on unpaved street from North Eugenia to approximately 250′ east of North Eugenia.

    This project was discussed as part of the Northwest Roadway Construction projects open house, held on March 29, 2017.

  • Resurfacing from Carroll Avenue to Elysian Drive

  • Resurfacing from North Avenue to end of street

  • Resurfacing from Moreland Avenue to Candler Park Drive

  • Complete Street improvements including resurfacing, sidewalk repair, street trees, granite curbing, ADA compliant crosswalks and ramps, and lighting. Install median and medianettes as space permits.

  • The project scope includes upgrades along North Avenue from Freedom Parkway to Northside Drive to optimize signal operations and communications network to ATCC. Funded by the Renew Atlanta Infrastructure Bond, the North Avenue Smart Corridor will be the most connected corridor in the state of Georgia, serving as a living lab for active, multi-modal traffic management through technology deployment and data analytics. Smart technology solutions along the North Avenue corridor will improve roadway and public safety, mobility, and the environment.

    The City of Atlanta hosted a launch celebration for the TravelSafely™ smartphone application on December 20, 2017. TravelSafely™ is looking for early adopters to participate in the “living lab” by providing feedback during beta testing. Please visit the website for more information.

    To date, the North Avenue Smart Corridor project has won 4 awards:

    • Georgia Intelligent Transportation Society – 2017 Project of Significance Award
    • National Recognition Award – 2018 ACEC Academy Awards of the engineering industry
    • State Award Winner, Technology Systems – 2018 ACEC Georgia Engineering Excellence Awards
    • 2018 ACEC People’s Choice Award – Voted upon by the attendees of the Georgia Engineering Excellence Awards

    Channel 26 featured a video of the September 14, 2017 groundbreaking ceremony.

  • Resurfacing from Stone Road to Stone-Hogan Road Connector

  • Pedestrian safety improvements at North Highland Avenue from Alaska Avenue to Elizabeth Street. This project is part of the Inman Park Neighborhood Improvements project.

  • Resurfacing from Wieuca Road to North Stratford Road

  • Resurfacing from North Highland Avenue to Lanier Boulevard

  • Replacement of traffic signal LED’s, cabinet, controller monitor, signal wiring, communications, & timing at the intersection

  • The Northside Parkway resurfacing project will be implemented in 2 phases. Initial phases for implementation include:

    • Phase 1: Resurfacing from
    • Phase 2: Resurfacing from
  • The Northside Parkway resurfacing project will be implemented in 2 phases. Initial phases for implementation include:

    • Phase 1: Resurfacing from
    • Phase 2: Resurfacing from
  • The project will include construction of a new bicycle and pedestrian bridge between Dellwood Drive and Colonial Homes Circle over Peachtree Creek, and a 10- foot multi-use trail on the south side of the
    creek on Woodward Way. This is a partnership project with the PATH Foundation. Renew Atlanta contributed $2.2M toward this project.

     

  • Resurfacing from Bolton Road to James Jackson Parkway

  • Resurfacing from Lullwater Creek to 909 Oakdale Road

  • Replacement of traffic signal LED’s, cabinet, controller monitor, signal wiring, communications, & timing at the intersection

  • Interior/exterior finishes, basketball and tennis courts resurfacing

  • Resurfacing from Forrest Park Road to end of street

  • Resurfacing along Old Chattahoochee Avenue, from Howell Mill Road to Ellsworth Industrial Drive

  • Resurfacing from Martin Luther King Jr. Drive to Fulton Industrial Boulevard

  • Resurfacing from Wieuca Road to end of street (east of Piedmont Road)

  • Pedestrian improvements along Old Ivy Road

  • Sidewalk installation along North side from H. E. Holmes Drive to East Handy Drive

  • The Loudermilk Video Integration Center (VIC) is a cutting-edge facility that serves as the hub for the Atlanta Police Foundation’s Operation Shield. The VIC houses a team of analysts who manage the City’s 7,800+ surveillance camera network. Over a three-year campaign, the network will be expanded to more than 10,000 cameras, providing unprecedented crime deterrence potential and the capacity to solve crimes and take criminals off the streets faster.

  • Resurfacing from Forest Overlook Drive to cul de sac

  • Replacement of traffic signal LED’s, cabinet, controller monitor, signal wiring, communications, & timing at the intersection

  • Resurfacing between Bohler Road and Northside Drive

  • Resurfacing from Roxboro Road to Meadowbrook Drive

  • ADA upgrades, upgrade kitchen equipment and cabinets, tennis courts resurfacing

  • Tile restoration

  • Upgrades along Peachtree Street from Spring Street to Memorial Drive, to optimize signal operations and communications network to ATCC

  • Pedestrian safety improvements at Piedmont Avenue with Linden Avenue

  • Resurfacing from 15th Street to East Morningside Drive

  • Upgrades to optimize signal operations and communications network to ATCC along Piedmont Avenue, from 14th Street to Memorial Drive

  • In partnership with Midtown Alliance, the City of Atlanta’s TSPLOST program, is planning improvements to approximately 1.1 miles of Piedmont Avenue between Ponce De Leon Avenue and 15th Street. This corridor was identified for improvements in the 2008 Connect Atlanta Plan and identified as a “complete street” project by the 2015 Renew Atlanta Bond, as well as the Midtown Transportation Plan.

    The project, which is currently in the Design and Engineering phase, proposes the following improvements:

    • Re-purpose the eastern-most parking/travel lane with a protected one-way northbound bike lane (Ponce to 14th St)
    • Replace the sidewalk on the east side of Piedmont between 14th Street and 15th Street with a multi-use path.
    • Mill and resurface the roadway
    • Improve crosswalks and curb ramps and shorten crossing distances where possible with bulb-outs
    • Formalize on-street parking on the west side of the street
    • Upgrade sidewalks to be ADA accessible

    Please find additional information on the Midtown Alliance project page.

  • Resurfacing from Luckie Street to Centennial Olympic Park Drive

  • Resurfacing from Pryor Road to Macon Drive

  • Resurfacing from Beverly Road to Montgomery Ferry Road

  • Replacement of existing bridge over Nancy Creek between Pineland Road & Hillside Drive. A public meeting for this project was held on April 28, 2016 and an open house was held on May 15, 2018.

  • The Proctor Creek Greenway is a seven-mile bike and pedestrian trail that will be completed in six phases, from Maddox Park to the Chattahoochee River that will provide 50 acres of linear park and upland green space along Proctor Creek, as well as connectivity to the BeltLine Westside Trail, Bankhead MARTA Station, and Westside Quarry Park. Atlanta TSPLOST contributed $3.6M to fund Phase 1 of the project, from Bankhead MARTA Station to Donald Lee Hollowell Parkway.

    The Greenway will serve as an entryway to the Chattahoochee River which currently has no public access via trail within the City limits. From an environmental perspective, the trail will provide a spectacular ribbon of greenspace and a world class trail to an underserved community, plus offer green infrastructure to treat stormwater runoff along the trail. The trail construction will stabilize the streambank by removing invasive plants and debris along the trail, followed by planting of native species. In addition, the kickoff segment will involve removal of impervious surfaces in and close to the buffer and will reduce stormwater runoff into the creek.

    The first public meeting was held on March 22, 2017Channel 26 featured a video of the August 17, 2017 groundbreaking ceremony and there was a ribbon cutting ceremony for the first three miles of the Greenway on May 7, 2018.

  • Replacement of traffic signal LED’s, cabinet, controller monitor, signal wiring, communications, & timing at the intersection

  • Replacement of traffic signal LED’s, cabinet, controller monitor, signal wiring, communications, & timing at the intersection

  • Resurfacing from Pollard Boulevard to Dodd Avenue

  • The Ralph David Abernathy Boulevard Complete Street project will develop a high-level corridor vision for Ralph David Abernathy Boulevard, between Cascade Avenue and Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive, including a high-quality connection across MLK Jr. Drive to the MARTA West Lake Station via Anderson Avenue. Design and construction of this project is being coordinated with a GDOT repaving/restriping maintenance project.

    This is a partnership project with Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI), who held project meetings on April 17, 2017 and June 22, 2017.

  • Installation of fiber along Ralph David Abernathy/Georgia Avenue, from Cherokee Avenue to Metropolitan Parkway, to optimize signal operations and communications network to ATCC.

  • Resurfacing from Hazelwood Drive to Spreading Oak Drive

  • Resurfacing from Danforth Road to cul de sac

  • Resurfacing from Regency Center Drive to cul de sac

  • Resurfacing from Gaston Street to Lawton Street

  • HVAC upgrades, paving and parking lot improvements, path lighting and generator repairs, roof replacement, and pool repairs

  • Upgrades to optimize signal operations and communications network to ATCC along Roxboro Road from Peachtree Road to West Roxboro Road/Lake Boulevard

  • Resurfacing from Browns Mill Road to City Limits

  • Resurfacing from Whitworth Drive to Dartmouth Drive

  • Resurfacing from Ralph David Abernathy Road to Beecher Street

  • Resurfacing from Southside Industrial Parkway to cul de sac

  • Resurfacing from Browns Mill Road to Jonesboro Road

  • Resurfacing from Southside Industrial Parkway to end of street

  • Resurfacing from Morehouse Drive to Spellman Street

  • Resurface Spring Lake Court between Collier Road and dead end

  • The Spring Street resurfacing project will be implemented in 2 phases. Initial phases for implementation include:

    • Phase 1: Resurfacing from 14th Street to Peachtree Street
    • Phase 2: Resurfacing from 5th Street to 14th Street
  • The Spring Street resurfacing project will be implemented in 2 phases. Initial phases for implementation include:

    • Phase 1: Resurfacing from 14th Street to Peachtree Street
    • Phase 2: Resurfacing from 5th Street to 14th Street
  • Resurfacing from Springdale Circle to Springdale Road

  • Resurfacing from Campbellton Road to City Limits

  • Resurfacing from Stone Road to City limits

  • Resurfacing from Regency Center Drive to cul de sac

  • Resurfacing from Martin Luther King Jr. Drive to Cameron M. Alexander Boulevard

  • Upgrades along Sylvan Road, from Avon Avenue to Lakewood Avenue, to optimize signal operations and communications network to ATCC.

  • Installation of fiber on Sylvan Rd near SR 154/166, plus a spur up Perkerson Road to connect to the Metropolitan Parkway system. Includes the conversion of the intersections at Victory Drive and Dill Avenue from traffic signal control to all-way stop control.

  • Replacement of traffic signal LED’s, cabinet, controller monitor, signal wiring, communications, & timing at the intersection

  • Remove from Underground Atlanta site; restore bronze and paint finishes; identify new location to reinstall; and design and build new pedestal for placement

  • Repoint masonry, replace missing brick and weather seal between metal retaining bands and masonry/brick

  • Resurfacing from North Avenue to Northside Drive

  • Sidewalk improvement from Gaskill to Cabbagetown Park

  • Complete Street improvements inclusive of milling, repaving, and installation of bicycle lanes, sidewalks and pedestrian improvements from Metropolitan Parkway to Hank Aaron Drive.

  • Resurfacing from Lynhurst Drive to end of street

  • Resurfacing from Shirley Place to Anderson Avenue

  • Upgrades to the Loudermilk Video Integration Center (VIC). Over a three-year campaign, the network will be expanded to more than 10,000 cameras, providing unprecedented crime deterrence potential and the capacity to solve crimes and take criminals off the streets faster.

  • Roadway construction on unpaved street from Clay Street to Rogers Street.

    This project was discussed as part of the Southeast Roadway Construction projects open house, held on April 25, 2017.

  • Resurfacing from Collier Drive to Shorter Terrace

  • Tennis court repair

  • Replacement of bridge over CSX and MARTA near I-20 and Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive. The new bridge will include a multi-use trail and sidewalk.

  • Upgrades along West Marietta Street From Marietta Boulevard and Ivan Allen Jr. Boulevard, to optimize signal operations and communications network to ATCC

  • New and repaired sidewalks, granite curb, ADA ramps and raised concrete median island from East Andrews Drive to Valley Road

  • The West Wieuca Road resurfacing project will be implemented in 3 phases. Initial phases for implementation include:

    • Phase 1: Resurfacing from Wieuca Road to Lake Forrest Drive
    • Phase 2: Resurfacing from Roswell Road to Wieuca Road
    • Phase 3: Resurfacing from Powers Ferry Road to Lake Forrest Drive
  • The West Wieuca Road resurfacing project will be implemented in 3 phases. Initial phases for implementation include:

    • Phase 1: Resurfacing from Wieuca Road to Lake Forrest Drive
    • Phase 2: Resurfacing from Roswell Road to Wieuca Road
    • Phase 3: Resurfacing from Powers Ferry Road to Lake Forrest Drive
  • The West Wieuca Road resurfacing project will be implemented in 3 phases. Initial phases for implementation include:

    • Phase 1: Resurfacing from Wieuca Road to Lake Forrest Drive
    • Phase 2: Resurfacing from Roswell Road to Wieuca Road
    • Phase 3: Resurfacing from Powers Ferry Road to Lake Forrest Drive
  • Roadway construction on unpaved street from Monroe Drive to dead end. A public meeting for this project was held on April 18, 2017.

  • Resurfacing from Calloway Drive to Joseph E. Boone Boulevard

  • Resurfacing from Northfolk Street to Bankhead Avenue

  • Resurfacing from Roxboro Road to Roswell Road

  • The existing intersection is currently signalized and consist of a northbound bypass lane and makes it difficult for pedestrians and bicyclist to cross at the intersection. A proposed signal will be constructed at the intersection of Wieuca Road and Old Ivy Road that further enhances the operational functions of the roadway. The proposed roundabout will provide a safe route for motorists, pedestrians and bicyclists. Other safety features have been proposed to slow traffic and provide pedestrian and bicyclist safety.

    This is a partnership project with the Buckhead Community Improvement District. Renew Atlanta will contribute $1M and the City of Atlanta TSPLOST will contribute $3.75M toward the total project cost.

    Public meetings for this project were held on April 19, 2017 and June 7, 2017.

  • ADA improvements to path from center to turf field, playground and picnic pavilion

  • Resurfacing from Southside Industrial Parkway to end of street

  • Resurfacing from Joseph E. Lowery Boulevard to Lee Street