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GDOT wants to hear from South Cobb, take the survey


The Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) has a survey underway and wants to hear from residents on the proposed I-285/I-20 West Interchange projects which will impact the South Cobb community. 

GDOT wants your feedback on how you perceive the major interchange projects and proposed improvements that will impact Cobb County, as well as Fulton and Douglas. The survey is open until July 31, 2022.

The I-285/I-20 West project calls for improvements to the interchange and the addition of lanes along I-20 in Cobb, Douglas, and Fulton counties. Other work includes the construction of collector-distribution (CD) lanes and the modification or replacement of bridges along I 20. GDOT says that once the project is completed, it will provide more efficient traffic flow through the interchange.

Residents are encouraged to complete a survey on the project by July 31. TAKE THE SURVEY

Learn more details about this project, including a video, by clicking here. The survey deadline is July 31.

Responses are due by July 31 for the proposed I-285/I-20 West Interchange project by the Georgia Department of Transportation. (Courtesy of the Georgia Department of Transportation)

Additional Project Information:

  • Removal of left-hand exits, improvements to horizontal and vertical alignments, and construction of two-lane ramps within the interchange
  • Construction of a westbound collector-distributor (CD) system from the I-285/I-20 West Interchange to Fulton Industrial Boulevard
  • Construction of additional lanes along I-20 eastbound from Factory Shoals Road east to Hamilton E. Holmes Drive and along I-285 from MLK Jr. Drive north to Donald Lee Hollowell Parkway to accommodate interchange improvements
  • Modification or replacement of bridges within the interchange and along I-20

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