Street, Capacity and Vehicular Improvements
Street, capacity and vehicular enhancements include making safety upgrades to roadways and pedestrian crossings, while increasing street capacity to ease the flow of traffic.
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Preliminary Engineering (concept, design) | Right of Way (including utilities) | Construction Activities
The completed projects below reflect projects with a completion percentage of 100%
The 10th street bridge Multi-modal Enhancement Project fills a critical gap in the City of Atlanta and Midtown’s bicycle and pedestrian network and improves the user experience for all mode types.
Bridge improvements inclusive of streetscape improvements (lighting, fencing, landscaping, lane markings), low stress bicycle connections, safe intersection treatments, and other enhancements to the immediate area to create a safe, beautiful, multi‐modal gateway to Midtown.
This is a partnership project with Midtown Alliance, who hosted an open house on November 28, 2017. City of Atlanta TSPLOST will contribute $2.1M toward the total project cost.
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.
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.