Roadways in the City of Atlanta will be resurfaced, which means replacing existing pavement on major streets leading to employment centers, commercial districts, shopping destinations, transit, government centers, entertainment districts, hospitals, parks and other common use areas. Roadway projects include curb repairs, ADA ramp construction, sidewalk and sign repairs.
Preliminary Engineering (concept, design) | Right of Way (including utilities) | Construction Activities
The completed projects below reflect projects with a completion percentage of 100%
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 street from Woodland Avenue to Moreland Avenue. This project was originally discussed as part of the Southeast Roadway Construction projects open house, held on April 25, 2017.
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.