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Weekly Travel Advisory
Weekly Travel Advisory

View the complete list of road/lane closures and travel advisories for Cobb County.

Below are projects in pre-construction or construction at Cobb DOT.  Links to travel advisories/lane closures and SPLOST project fact sheets are provided, if available, for each project as well as significant travel advisories, project descriptions and a project contact.

2019 Countywide ADA Sidewalks (Project No. X2782 – 2016 SPLOST)

These projects include sidewalk and pedestrian ramp improvements within Commission Districts 1 and 2 to ensure compliance with ADA Standards.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Brian Loudermilk
(770) 528-4378
[email protected]

District 1 Locations

Cochran Road at Knox Drive

6002 Armor Drive

6010 Armor Drive

5839 Fairwood Walk

5708 Fairwood Walk

888 Foxwerthe Drive

2451 Huntington Park Drive

418 Wallis Farm Way

422 Wallis Farm Way

442 Wallis Farm Way

454 Wallis Farm Way

2668 Lakefield Pass

2676 Lakefield Pass

1622 Arbor Green Court

1644 Arbor Green Court

Shiloh Road & Hickory Grove Road

1276 Rolling Oaks Drive

1328 Rolling Oaks Drive

District 2 Locations

Cumberland Club Drive at Mt. Wilkinson

Reed Road at Hidden Springs Trace and King Springs Road

4450 Ivy Glen Drive

66 Coopers Glen Drive

3110 Brandy Station

3340 Paces Mill Road

2630 Beckwith Trail

3401 Robinson Road

3774 Baccurate Way

559 Lullingstone Drive

573 Lullingstone Drive

589 Lullingstone Drive

605 Lullingstone Drive

515 Stepney Court

3661 Wyntering Trail

3052 Prentiss Point

4348 Sprucebough Drive

2973 Black Bear Drive

Johnson Ferry Road & Sewell Mill Road

1772 Johnson Ferry Road

4413 Summit Oaks Place

3991 Chapel Grove Drive

3975 Chapel Grove Drive

District 3 Locations

Shallowford Road at Gordy Parkway West

Town Park Lake at Village Park Drive

Talimore Circle at Talimore Court

3025 Davis Road

Sandy Plains Road at Walker Drive

2795 Hembree Road

2805 Hembree Road

2835 Hembree Road

Hembree Road North of Timber Bluff Drive

2915 Hembree Road

New Chastain Road at Chastain Glen Lane

Gordy Parkway Across from Aquatic Center

2777 Carillon Xing

North Booth Road at Junction Drive

Junction Drive at W Station Drive

Junction Drive at Station Lane

161 Drury Lane

50 Cedar Valley Drive

51 Cedar Valley Drive

2985 Wendy Lane

2995 Wendy Lane

Wendy Lane and Wendover Street

Wendy Lane and Creekpark Drive

Janice Drive

District 4 Locations

555 Rolling Meadows Drive

5429 Stirrup Way

2321 Cross Creek Drive

County Services Parkway at Austell Road

2016 Leatherleaf Court

2705 Chelwick Drive

1952 Seabury Court

2261 Rock Creek Drive

2664 Olive Springs Road

109 -131 Church Road

198 Longleaf Drive

Longleaf Drive and Timberly Drive

3972 Brantley Drive

7085 Felton Lane

Acworth Due West Road at Jim Owens Road/Mars Hill Church Road (Project No. X2301 – 2016 SPLOST)

View Travel Advisories/Lane Closures

Lane closures are possible Monday - Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Asphalt paving operations have started and will continue through Thursday October 1 (weather permitting).  Extended lane closures and heavy traffic delays are anticipated daily between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. On or about October 1, traffic flow will be shifted into the roundabout configuration to allow for the final stage of project construction.  Message boards have been placed in all four directions approaching the project.

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View 2016 SPLOST Fact Sheet

This project was combined for construction with Jim Owens Road - Lewis Elementary School (X2801) due to their proximity. 

The combined project consists of the construction of a roundabout at the intersection of Acworth Due West Road and Jim Owens Road/Mars Hill Church Road to replace the existing 4-way stop. The project also includes the installation of sidewalks, a deceleration lane, and driveway improvements at Lewis Elementary School.

This project is scheduled to be completed in the spring of 2021.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Brian Loudermilk
(770) 528-4378
[email protected]

Anderson Farm Road at Powder Springs Road Drainage (Project No. X2262 – 2016 SPLOST)

View 2016 SPLOST Fact Sheet

The scope of this project includes reconstruction of the catch basin, replacement of curb and gutter on each side of the catch basin, and minor roadway repairs.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

John Morey
(770) 528-1661
[email protected]

Anderson Mill Road Sidewalk (Project No. X2776 – 2016 SPLOST)

View 2016 SPLOST Fact Sheet

Pedestrian Improvements is an approved component of the 2016 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program. Pedestrian Improvements include construction of sidewalks and other pedestrian improvements along roadways in the vicinity of schools, activity centers, multi-modal facilities (transit stops/shelters, etc.), and other congested areas and include construction of pedestrian bridges where needed.

The proposed scope for this project includes installation of sidewalk along the northwest side of Anderson Mill Road to northwest side to fill in the gaps in sidewalk that exist currently.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Ligia Florim
[email protected]

Beech Road - Westside Drive (Project No. X2601 – 2016 SPLOST)

View Travel Advisories/Lane Closures

Construction of this project is substantially complete with the exception of the new traffic signal and related work on South Cobb Drive. Cobb DOT is coordinating with the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) on revisions to the traffic signal as well as revisions to the entrance to Hellbender Harley-Davidson. Completion is on hold pending approval of re-design and issuance of encroachment permit by GDOT.

Lane closures are possible on Westside Drive from South Cobb Drive to Sandtown Road,  Monday - Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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View 2016 SPLOST Fact Sheet

Construction of this project is substantially complete with the exception of the new traffic signal and related work on South Cobb Drive.  Construction activities are scheduled to resume in November 2020.

This project includes construction of a roundabout at the intersection of Westside Drive and Sandtown Road, to include a new two-lane roadway with curb and gutter and sidewalk extending to South Cobb Drive. At the intersection of Westside Drive and South Cobb Drive, the Westside Drive approach will include dual left turn lanes and a right turn lane. The existing traffic signal at Beech Road and South Cobb Drive will be removed, and a new traffic signal will be installed at South Cobb Drive and Westside Drive. 

Cobb DOT Project Manager

John Morey
(770) 528-1661
[email protected]

Bells Ferry Road Sidewalk (Project No. X2748 – 2016 SPLOST)

View 2016 SPLOST Fact Sheet

Pedestrian Improvements is an approved component of the 2016 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program. Pedestrian Improvements include construction of sidewalks and other pedestrian improvements along roadways in the vicinity of schools, activity centers, multi-modal facilities (transit stops/shelters, etc.), and other congested areas and include construction of pedestrian bridges where needed.

The proposed scope for this project includes sidewalk installation from North Booth Road to Lansing Drive.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Brian Loudermilk
(770) 528-4378
[email protected]

Bells Ferry Road at Turner Road/Dickson Road (Project No. D6040B – 2005 SPLOST)

View Traffic Advisories/Lane Closures

This project consists of intersection improvements including the addition of turn lanes to allow for future signalization at the intersection of Bells Ferry Road and Turner Road/Dickson Road.  Construction for this project is scheduled to be completed in the summer of 2021.

Big Shanty Road Sidewalk (Project No. X2704 – 2016 SPLOST)

View Travel Advisories/Lane Closures

View 2016 SPLOST Fact Sheet

This project is scheduled to be constructed concurrently with McCollum Parkway at Ben King Road (Project No. X2309) and McCollum Parkway Sidewalk (Project No. E7350) due to their proximity and to minimize impacts to traveling public.  

This project consists of installing sidewalk along the northern side of Big Shanty Road from McCollum Parkway to Chastain Road.

Construction of this project is scheduled to be completed in the fall of 2021.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Brian Loudermilk
(770) 528-4378
[email protected]

Blackwell Road at Autumn Ridge Parkway (Project No. X2302 – 2016 SPLOST)

View Travel Advisories/Lane Closures

The all-way stop condition at this intersection has been removed and Blackwell Road traffic will no longer be required to stop.  

Lane closures are possible Monday - Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. until project completion.

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View 2016 SPLOST Fact Sheet

This project includes sight distance improvements and removal of existing four-way stop at the intersection of Blackwell Road and Autumn Ridge Parkway, creating a two-way stop. Additional improvements include construction of left turn lanes in both directions on Blackwell Road to Autumn Ridge Parkway, and also includes the addition of curb and gutter, with a five-foot wide sidewalk. This project is scheduled to be completed in the summer of 2020.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Brian Loudermilk
(770) 528-4378
[email protected]

Bob Callan Trunk Trail / Phase 2 Segment B (Project No. D11M0 – 2005 SPLOST)

Phase 2 of this trail project was initiated by the Cumberland Community Improvement District (CCID) as a single project to provide an extension of the existing network of trails in the Cumberland Galleria area by adding a 10-foot wide trail from Interstate North Parkway to Terrell Mill Road. The total length of this project was approximately 2.1 miles. 

The Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) approved a revised concept in July 2013 to separate Phase 2 of this project into two segments. Segment A begins at the existing Bob Callan Trailhead on Interstate North Parkway and ends at the Interstate North Parkway crossing of Rottenwood Creek.  Segment B continues along Rottenwood Creek to Terrell Mill Road. 

Bob Callan Trunk Trail, Phase 2, Segment B, was previously evaluated and designed based on an alignment along Rottenwood Creek. Due to identified utility and constructability conflicts discovered during the design, the alignment has been modified, resulting in the need to redesign the project.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Russ Ford
(770) 420-6659
[email protected]

Buckner Road Sidewalk (Project No. X2766 – 2016 SPLOST)

View 2016 SPLOST Fact Sheet

This project consists of constructing curb and gutter with a five-foot wide sidewalk along the southern side of Buckner Road from Veterans Memorial Highway  to Rosie Lane (0.74 miles). 

Cobb DOT Project Manager

John Morey
(770) 528-1661
[email protected]

Callaway Road Sidewalk (Project No. X2778 – 2016 SPLOST)

View 2016 SPLOST Fact Sheet

Pedestrian Improvements is an approved component of the 2016 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program. Pedestrian Improvements include construction of sidewalks and other pedestrian improvements along roadways in the vicinity of schools, activity centers, multi-modal facilities (transit stops/shelters, etc.), and other congested areas and include construction of pedestrian bridges where needed.

The proposed scope for this project includes installation of sidewalk along the eastern side of Callaway Road to fill in the gaps in sidewalk that exist currently.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Ligia Florim
[email protected]

Campus Loop Road/Big Shanty Road/Chastain Road (Project No. X2303 – 2016 SPLOST)

Public Information Open House Welcome Packet (Handouts from PIOH at Pinetree Country Club on 1/16/2020)

View 2016 SPLOST Fact Sheet

The project consists of operational improvements at the intersection of Campus Loop Road and Big Shanty Road, while considering the potential impacts to the adjacent intersection of Big Shanty Road and Chastain Road. The improvements may require the realigning of Campus Loop Road to reduce congestion and improve connectivity. The project will take into consideration the context of the area, the need for pedestrian crossings, and vehicular movements.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Brian Loudermilk
(770) 528-4378
[email protected]

Canton Road at Shallowford Road (Project No. X2304 – 2016 SPLOST)

View 2016 SPLOST Fact Sheet

This project includes the addition of a right-turn lane to the northbound side of Canton Road.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Karyn Matthews
(770) 528-3685
[email protected]

Chattahoochee Plantation Drive Drainage (Project No. X2274 – 2016 SPLOST)

View 2016 SPLOST Fact Sheet

The scope for this project includes replacement of the existing 24-inch storm drain at Chattahoochee Plantation Drive, which is failing.  Curb and gutter will also be replaced and new catch basins and new pavement will be installed.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

John Morey
(770) 528-1661
[email protected]

Chattahoochee River Trail Pedestrian Improvements (Project No. X2780 – 2016 SPLOST)

View 2016 SPLOST Fact Sheet

Pedestrian Improvements is an approved component of the 2016 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program. Pedestrian Improvements include construction of sidewalks and other pedestrian improvements along roadways in the vicinity of schools, activity centers, multi-modal facilities (transit stops/shelters, etc.), and other congested areas and include construction of pedestrian bridges where needed.

The proposed scope for this project includes a trail and other pedestrian improvements.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Ligia Florim
[email protected]

Cherokee Street Improvements (Project No. X2603 – 2016 SPLOST)

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Lane closures are possible Monday - Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Heavy traffic delays are possible in this area.

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View 2016 SPLOST Fact Sheet

This project consists of safety and operational improvements between Jiles Road and I-75, including the addition of a third travel lane on Cherokee Street in the eastbound direction only, the addition of a right turn lane at the intersection of Shiloh Road, and access improvements within the project limits. This project is scheduled to be completed in the summer of 2021.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Brian Loudermilk
(770) 528-4378
bria[email protected]

Church Road Sidewalk (Project No. X2774 – 2016 SPLOST)

View 2016 SPLOST Fact Sheet

Pedestrian Improvements is an approved component of the 2016 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program. Pedestrian Improvements include construction of sidewalks and other pedestrian improvements along roadways in the vicinity of schools, activity centers, multi-modal facilities (transit stops/shelters, etc.), and other congested areas and include construction of pedestrian bridges where needed.

The proposed scope for this project includes sidewalk installation along Church Road.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Ligia Florim
[email protected]

Corner Road at Echo Mill Drive (Project No. X2319 – 2016 SPLOST)

View 2016 SPLOST Fact Sheet

The proposed project scope includes the addition of a northbound left-turn lane and removal of the acceleration lane.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Russ Ford
(770) 420-6659
[email protected]

Dallas Highway at Lost Mountain/Mars Hill Road (Project No. X2305 – 2016 SPLOST)

View 2016 SPLOST Fact Sheet

The project consists of intersection improvements on SR 120/Dallas Highway from McConnell Road to Schofield Drive, on Mars Hill Road from Dallas Highway to Pindos Pass and Collegiate Way, and on Lost Mountain Road from Dallas Highway to approximately 1100 feet south of the intersection.  Improvements include lengthening of the eastbound and westbound left-turn lanes, reassignment of lanes on the northern leg, and widening/reassignment of lanes on the southern leg.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Ligia Florim
[email protected]

Davis Road Sidewalk (Project No. X2752 – 2016 SPLOST)

View 2016 SPLOST Fact Sheet

Pedestrian Improvements is an approved component of the 2016 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program. Pedestrian Improvements include construction of sidewalks and other pedestrian improvements along roadways in the vicinity of schools, activity centers, multi-modal facilities (transit stops/shelters, etc.), and other congested areas and include construction of pedestrian bridges where needed.

The proposed scope for this project includes sidewalk installation along Davis Road.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Brian Loudermilk
(770) 528-4378
[email protected]

Discovery Boulevard Sidewalk (Project No. X2779 – 2016 SPLOST)

View Travel Advisories/Lane Closures

View 2016 SPLOST Fact Sheet

Pedestrian Improvements is an approved component of the 2016 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program. Pedestrian Improvements include construction of sidewalks and other pedestrian improvements along roadways in the vicinity of schools, activity centers, multi-modal facilities (transit stops/shelters, etc.), and other congested areas and include construction of pedestrian bridges where needed.

This project consists of adding a five-foot wide sidewalk along Discovery Boulevard and filling in the gaps in existing sidewalks between Veterans Memorial Highway and Discovery Park.  Construction of this project is scheduled to be completed in January 2021.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Ligia Florim
[email protected]

East Piedmont Road Sidewalk (Project No. X2751 – 2016 SPLOST)

View 2016 SPLOST Fact Sheet

Pedestrian Improvements is an approved component of the 2016 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program. Pedestrian Improvements include construction of sidewalks and other pedestrian improvements along roadways in the vicinity of schools, activity centers, multi-modal facilities (transit stops/shelters, etc.), and other congested areas and include construction of pedestrian bridges where needed.

The proposed scope for this project includes sidewalk installation along East Piedmont Road.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Brian Loudermilk
(770) 528-4378
[email protected]

Ebenezer Road Sidewalk (Project No. X2743 – 2016 SPLOST)

View Travel Advisories/Lane Closures

Lane closures are possible Monday - Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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View 2016 SPLOST Fact Sheet

This project includes the a addition of five-foot wide sidewalk along the eastern side of Ebenezer Road from Hampton Oaks Bend to Maybreeze Road. This project also includes the addition of a five-foot wide sidewalk on the southern side of Maybreeze Road between Ebenezer Road and Corye Lane to close gaps and connect missing segments with existing sidewalk. Curb and gutter will be added where none exists. This project is scheduled to be complete in the summer of 2021.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Brian Loudermilk
(770) 528-4378
[email protected]

Factory Shoals Road and Beverly Drive Improvements (Harmony Leland/Clay Elementary School) Phase 1 and Phase 2 (Project No X2807 – 2016 SPLOST)

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Lane closures are possible Monday - Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. until project completion.

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View 2016 SPLOST Fact Sheet

Phase 1 of construction for this project consisted of school zone safety and operational improvements on Factory Shoals Road and Beverly Drive in coordination with construction of the Cobb County School District (CCSD) Harmony Leland and Clay Elementary Schools relocation project. Beverly Drive improvements included minor widening and pedestrian enhancements between Factory Shoals Drive and Elizabeth Lane. Factory Shoals Road improvements consisted of creating a left-turn lane at the main school driveway in conjunction with school zone traffic control devices. CCSD provided roadway improvements along the school site frontage on both Factory Shoals Road and Beverly Drive. 

Phase 2 of construction for this project consists of improvements at the intersection of Factory Shoals Road and Mableton Parkway, including the addition of a right-turn lane onto Mableton Parkway. Phase 2 of construction for this project is scheduled to be completed in the spring of 2021.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Dave Garrett
(770) 420-6654
[email protected]

Factory Shoals Road at Riverside Parkway (Project No. X2306 – 2016 SPLOST)

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Lane closures are possible Monday - Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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View 2016 SPLOST Fact Sheet

This project consists of intersection improvements, including the addition of a right-turn lane from northbound Factory Shoals Road onto eastbound Riverside Parkway. Also included is the installation of a new traffic signal and pedestrian improvements. Construction for this project is scheduled to be completed in the spring of 2021.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Ligia Florim
[email protected]

Factory Shoals Road Sidewalk (Project No. X2777 – 2016 SPLOST)

View 2016 SPLOST Fact Sheet

Pedestrian Improvements is an approved component of the 2016 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program. Pedestrian Improvements include construction of sidewalks and other pedestrian improvements along roadways in the vicinity of schools, activity centers, multi-modal facilities (transit stops/shelters, etc.), and other congested areas and include construction of pedestrian bridges where needed.

The proposed scope for this project includes installation of sidewalk along the eastern side of Factory Shoals Road to fill in the gaps in sidewalk that exist currently.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Ligia Florim
[email protected]

Freeman Road Sidewalk (Project No. X2730 – 2016 SPLOST)

View 2016 SPLOST Fact Sheet

Pedestrian Improvements is an approved component of the 2016 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program. Pedestrian Improvements include construction of sidewalks and other pedestrian improvements along roadways in the vicinity of schools, activity centers, multi-modal facilities (transit stops/shelters, etc.), and other congested areas and include construction of pedestrian bridges where needed.

The proposed scope for this project includes the installation of sidewalk along Freeman Road.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Karyn Matthews
(770) 528-3685
[email protected]

Friendship Church Road Sidewalk (Project No. X2705 – 2016 SPLOST)

View 2016 SPLOST Fact Sheet

Pedestrian Improvements is an approved component of the 2016 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program. Pedestrian Improvements include construction of sidewalks and other pedestrian improvements along roadways in the vicinity of schools, activity centers, multi-modal facilities (transit stops/shelters, etc.), and other congested areas and include construction of pedestrian bridges where needed.

The proposed project scope includes the installation of sidewalk from Dallas Highway to existing sidewalk on eastern side of the road.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Brian Loudermilk
(770) 528-4378
[email protected]

Gordon Combs Road Sidewalk (Project No. E7580 – 2011 SPLOST)

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Lane closures are possible Monday - Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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View 2011 SPLOST Fact Sheet

This project consists of constructing a five-foot wide sidewalk with curb and gutter on the east side of Gordon Combs Road from Burnt Hickory Road to Madison Grove Lane. Construction of this project is substantially complete.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Brian Loudermilk
(770) 528-4378
[email protected]

Hickory Grove Place Sidewalk (Project No. X2749 – 2016 SPLOST)

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View 2016 SPLOST Fact Sheet

This project consists of adding curb and gutter with a five-foot wide sidewalk along Hickory Grove Place from Hickory Grove Road to Wade Green Road.  Construction for this project is scheduled to begin during the first quarter of 2021.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Brian Loudermilk
(770) 528-4378
[email protected]

Hicks Road at Concord Road (Project No. X2307 – 2016 SPLOST)

View Travel Advisories/Lane Closures

Lane closures are possible Monday - Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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View 2016 SPLOST Fact Sheet

This project includes improvements to the intersection of Hicks Road and Concord Road including lane   additions, traffic signal modifications, drainage improvements, and sidewalk additions. This project is scheduled to be completed in the summer of 2021.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

John Morey
(770) 528-1661
[email protected]

Hillcrest Drive Sidewalk (Project No. X2764 – 2016 SPLOST)

View 2016 SPLOST Fact Sheet

This project consists of adding curb and gutter with a five-foot wide sidewalk along Hillcrest Drive from South Gordon Road to Six Flags Parkway.  Additionally, curb and gutter with a five-foot wide sidewalk will be added on the northern side of Six Flags Parkway from Hillcrest Drive to Silver Mine Trail.  

Cobb DOT Project Manager

John Morey
(770) 528-1661
[email protected]

Horseshoe Bend Road Sidewalk (Project No. X2775 – 2016 SPLOST)

View 2016 SPLOST Fact Sheet

Pedestrian Improvements is an approved component of the 2016 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program. Pedestrian Improvements include construction of sidewalks and other pedestrian improvements along roadways in the vicinity of schools, activity centers, multi-modal facilities (transit stops/shelters, etc.), and other congested areas and include construction of pedestrian bridges where needed.

The proposed scope for this project includes installation of sidewalk along Horseshoe Bend Road to fill in the gaps in sidewalk that exist currently.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Ligia Florim
[email protected]

I-20 EB Ramps at Riverside Parkway (Project No. X2409 – 2016 SPLOST)

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Lane closures are possible on Riverside Parkway, Monday - Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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View 2016 SPLOST Fact Sheet

This project includes construction of an additional right turn lane from I-20 eastbound off-ramp onto Riverside Parkway, and realignment of the South Service Drive intersection with Riverside Parkway from the existing location to 360 feet south, to tie into the existing Riverside EpiCenter driveway access point. Improvements within the project limits include installation of new traffic signals, raised medians, sidewalks, resurfacing and other pedestrian improvements. In addition, the project will provide directional way-finding signage both overhead and roadside along both I-20 eastbound and westbound lanes, the I-20 eastbound off-ramp, Riverside Parkway and South Service Drive to direct traffic to Six Flags Over Georgia. This project is scheduled to be completed in the spring of 2021.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Ligia Florim
[email protected]

Jim Owens Road - Lewis Elementary (Project No. X2801 – 2016 SPLOST)

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Lane closures are possible Monday - Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Construction of the new roundabout at Acworth Due West Road and Jim Owens/Mars Hill Church Roads (X2301) may require closure of Mars Hill Church Road at its intersection with Acworth Due West Road. If necessary, the closure is anticipated in the summer of 2020. The exact dates for the closure will be provided by Cobb DOT when determined along with the detour routing.

Once intersection traffic is shifted to the new roundabout traffic configuration, Mars Hill Church Road at Acworth Due West Road will reopen (end of July 2020) and final project construction activities will continue. The overall project is scheduled to be complete in the spring of 2021.

View 2016 SPLOST Fact Sheet

This project was combined for construction with Acworth Due West Road at Jim Owens/Mars Hill Church Roads (X2301) due to their proximity. 

The combined project consists of the construction of a roundabout at the intersection of Acworth Due West Road and Jim Owens Road/Mars Hill Church Road to replace the existing 4-way stop. The project also includes the installation of sidewalks, a deceleration lane, and driveway improvements at Lewis Elementary School. 

This project is scheduled to be completed in the spring of 2021.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Brian Loudermilk
(770) 528-4378
[email protected]

Kennesaw Mountain Pedestrian Improvements/Cheatham Hill Multi-use Trail (Project No. X2404 – 2016 SPLOST)

View 2016 SPLOST Fact Sheet

Kennesaw Mountain Pedestrian Improvements, also known as Cheatham Hill Multi-Use Trail, is a joint project with the City of Marietta.  This project consists of improvements to the trail network in the Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park area. Improvements include construction of eight-foot (minimum) to ten-foot (desired) wide multi-use trails in the following locations: along Cheatham Hill Road (from Powder Springs Road to the existing trail near John Ward Road); along Whitlock Avenue (from the intersection of John Ward Road and Whitlock Avenue/Dallas Highway/SR120 to Cheatham Hill Drive) and along Burnt Hickory Road (from Whitlock Avenue to Old Mountain Road). 

Cobb DOT Project Manager

James Hudgins
(770) 420-6658
[email protected]

Kinjac Drive Sidewalk (Project No. X2750 – 2016 SPLOST)

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View 2016 SPLOST Fact Sheet

This project consists of adding curb and gutter with a five-foot wide sidewalk along the Kinjac Drive from Sandy Plains Road to Macby Drive.  The total length of the project is estimated at 0.40 miles. This project is scheduled to be complete in the summer of 2021.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Brian Loudermilk
(770) 528-4378
[email protected]

Leafwood Drive Drainage (Project No. X2266 – 2016 SPLOST)

View 2016 SPLOST Fact Sheet

Drainage System Improvements is an approved component in the 2016 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program and includes repair and/or replacement of roadway drainage systems. The specific scope for this project is still in development.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

John Morey
(770) 528-1661
[email protected]

Lost Mountain Lane Drainage (Project No. X2246 – 2016 SPLOST)

View 2016 SPLOST Fact Sheet

Drainage System Improvements is an approved component in the 2016 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program and includes repair and/or replacement of roadway drainage systems. The specific scope for this project is still in development. The project location is in the vicinity of 737 Lost Mountain Lane.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

John Morey
(770) 528-1661
[email protected]

Lost Mountain Lane Drainage (Project No. X2263 – 2016 SPLOST)

View 2016 SPLOST Fact Sheet

Drainage System Improvements is an approved component in the 2016 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program and includes repair and/or replacement of roadway drainage systems. The specific scope for this project is still in development. The project location is in the vicinity of 615 Lost Mountain Lane.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

John Morey
(770) 528-1661
[email protected]

Lost Mountain Road at Amberton Drive (Project No. X2317 – 2016 SPLOST)

View 2016 SPLOST Fact Sheet

The proposed project scope includes the installation of raised channelized islands and the addition of northbound and southbound left-turn lanes.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Michael Francis
(770) 528-3692
[email protected]

Lost Mountain Road at Midway Road/Mirror Lake Drive (Project No. X2308 – 2016 SPLOST)

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Lane closures are possible Monday - Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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View 2016 SPLOST Fact Sheet

This project includes realignment of the intersection of Lost Mountain Road and Midway Road to create a four-way signalized intersection with Lost Mountain Road and Mirror Lake Drive.  Additional turn lanes will be added to support the increase in turning movements. This project is scheduled to be completed in December 2020.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Brian Loudermilk
(770) 528-4378
[email protected]

Mableton Parkway Pedestrian Improvements Phase 1 (Project No. X2762 – 2016 SPLOST)

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View 2016 SPLOST Fact Sheet

This project includes construction of a ten-foot wide trail with curb and gutter along Mableton Parkway and a five-foot sidewalk with curb and gutter from Factory Shoals Road to Discovery Boulevard.  Traffic signal upgrades are also included at signalized intersections within the project limits. Construction of this project is scheduled to be completed in the spring of 2023.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Brian Loudermilk
(770) 528-4378
[email protected]

Mableton Parkway Pedestrian Improvements, Phase 2 (Project No. X2770 – 2016 SPLOST)

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This project includes the addition of a ten-foot wide multi-use trail on the western side of Mableton Parkway from Veteran’s Memorial Highway to Factory Shoals Road. Sidewalks will be added to fill in the gaps within a segment of existing trail, providing a continuous connection from just north of the Chattahoochee River to the Silver Comet Trail. The total project length of Phase 2 is approximately 1.30 miles.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Brian Loudermilk
(770) 528-4378
[email protected]

Mack Dobbs Road (Project No. 2606 – 2016 SPLOST)

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This joint project with the City of Kennesaw includes roadway safety and traffic operational improvements on Mack Dobbs Road from Caylor Circle to Cobb Parkway (US 41).  Improvements will include turn lanes, sidewalks, curb and gutter, and drainage improvements.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Ligia Florim
[email protected]

Mars Hill Road over Allatoona Creek (Project No. X2115 – 2016 SPLOST)

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Mars Hill Road over Allatoona Creek improvements include the replacement of the deficient bridge located on Mars Hill Road between Chipping Drive and Waldenbrooke Court.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Karyn Matthews
(770) 528-3685
[email protected]

McCollum Parkway at Ben King Road (Project No. X2309 – 2016 SPLOST)

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Lane closures are possible Monday - Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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This project is scheduled to be constructed concurrently with Big Shanty Road Sidewalk (Project No. X2704) and McCollum Parkway Sidewalk (Project No. E7350) due to their proximity and to minimize impacts to traveling public.

McCollum Parkway at Ben King Road (X2309) is an approved intersection improvements project in the 2016 SPLOST. This joint project with the City of Kennesaw consists of intersection improvements on McCollum Parkway at Ben King Road and Big Shanty Road, including construction of a roundabout at the intersection of McCollum Parkway at Ben King Road.  Also included are the addition of turn lanes and road realignment of Lockhart Drive and McCollum Parkway.

Big Shanty Road Sidewalk (Project No. X2704) is an approved pedestrian improvements project in the 2016 SPLOST and includes the installation of sidewalk along the northern side of Big Shanty Road from McCollum Parkway to Chastain Road.

McCollum Parkway Sidewalk (Project No. E7350) is approved pedestrian improvement project in the 2011 SPLOST and includes construction of a multi-use sidewalk along the western side of McCollum Parkway from Ben King Road to Olympic Lane.

Construction of these projects is scheduled to be completed in the fall of 2021.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Brian Loudermilk
(770) 528-4378
[email protected]

McCollum Parkway Sidewalk (Project No. E7350 – 2011 SPLOST)

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View 2011 SPLOST Fact Sheet

This project is scheduled to be constructed concurrently with Big Shanty Road Sidewalk (Project No. X2704) and McCollum Parkway at Ben King Road (Project No. X2309) due to their proximity and to minimize impacts to traveling public.

McCollum Parkway Sidewalk (also known as McCollum Parkway Multi-use Trail) is an approved pedestrian improvements project in the 2011 SPLOST.  The project consists of constructing a multi-use trail along the western side of McCollum Parkway from Ben King Road to Olympic Lane.

Construction of this project is scheduled to be completed in the fall of 2021.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Brian Loudermilk
(770) 528-4378
[email protected]

New Macland Road (Project No. X2608 – 2016 SPLOST)

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Lane closures are possible Monday - Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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The project consists of roadway safety and traffic operational improvements on New Macland Road from Arapaho Drive to Macland Road. Improvements include construction of turn lanes and sidewalks and replacement of two culverts.  Project limits encompass McEachern High School frontage on New Macland Road.  Construction for this project is scheduled to to be completed in the summer of 2021.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Ligia Florim
[email protected]

Old 41 Highway (Project No. X2609 – 2016 SPLOST)

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This project consists of roadway safety and operational improvements on Old 41 Highway from Kennesaw Avenue to Stilesboro Road. Old 41 Highway improvements include conversion of existing intersections to roundabouts. Additional improvements may be included as they are identified.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Ligia Florim
[email protected]

Old Alabama Road Sidewalk (Project No. X2769 – 2016 SPLOST)

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The scope of this project consists of adding a five-foot wide sidewalk along the northern side of Old Alabama Road from Maxham Road to Old Powder Springs Road.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Ligia Florim
[email protected]

Old Canton Road at Holly Springs Road (Project No. X2310 – 2016 SPLOST)

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This project consists of safety improvements at the intersection of Old Canton Road and Holly Springs Road. Additional project activities include resurfacing from Old Canton to Sandy Plains Road, restriping to add turn lanes where needed, and installing median islands to discourage improper use of the center turn lane.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Karyn Matthews
(770) 528-3685
[email protected]

Old Highway 41/Main Street (Project No. X2607 – 2016 SPLOST)

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This joint project with the City of Acworth consists of safety and operational improvements on Old 41 Highway/Main Street between Nance Road and Nowlin Road. Associated driveway enhancements at the North Cobb High School driveway located to the west of Blue Springs Road are also included to improve safety and traffic flow to/from the school. This project is substantially complete. 

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Brian Loudermilk
(770) 528-4378
[email protected]

Old Highway 41 over CSX Railroad (Project No. X2116 – 2016 SPLOST)

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Lane closures are possible Monday - Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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This project includes complete bridge replacement of the existing bridge located on Old 41 Highway over the CSX Railroad, near the intersection of Bells Ferry Road. This project is scheduled to be completed in the summer of 2021.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Karyn Matthews
(770) 528-3685
[email protected]

Paper Mill Road at Sherwood Lane (Project No. X2320 – 2016 SPLOST)

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The proposed scope of this project consists of realigning Sherwood Lane to match Village Lane.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

James Hudgins
(770) 420-6658
[email protected]

Powers Ferry Road at Interstate North Parkway Drainage (Project No. X2267 – 2016 SPLOST)

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The right-turn lane from southbound Powers Ferry Road to westbound Interstate North Parkway is closed while crews make repairs to the drainage system under the roadway. Vehicles will still be able to make the right-turn movement at the intersection, however larger trucks need to follow the truck detour route posted.

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This project consists of drainage system repairs under the roadway.  Construction for this project is scheduled to be completed in November 2020.

Powder Springs Road Trail (Project No. X2706 – 2016 SPLOST)

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Pedestrian Improvements is an approved component of the 2016 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program. Pedestrian Improvements include construction of sidewalks and other pedestrian improvements along roadways in the vicinity of schools, activity centers, multi-modal facilities (transit stops/shelters, etc.), and other congested areas and include construction of pedestrian bridges where needed.

The proposed project scope includes construction of pedestrian improvements from County Services Parkway to Cheatham Hill Road on the southern side of the road.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Brian Loudermilk
(770) 528-4378
[email protected]

Powers Ferry Drive over Rottenwood Creek Tributary (Project No. X2118 – 2016 SPLOST)

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A road closure is scheduled for Powers Ferry Drive between Lisa Drive and Tuxedo Drive from 2/3/2020 to 7/10/2020 for water and sewer main relocation and culvert replacement. A detour is posted.

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The project consists of replacing the existing bridge over Rottenwood Creek with a triple 8-foot by 8-foot culvert.  This project is scheduled to be complete in the fall of 2020.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Karyn Matthews
(770) 528-3685
[email protected]

Railroad Quiet Zone Improvements (Project No. X2313 – 2016 SPLOST)

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This is a joint project with the City of Smyrna to create a railroad quiet zone at Nickajack Road. Quiet zones eliminate the need for the train engineer to sound the train horn at railroad crossings once the necessary safety improvements are made.  Based on the initial review of the site by personnel from Norfolk Southern Railway (NSR), the Federal Railroad Administration, and the Georgia Department of Transportation, this site will require the installation of four quadrant gates.   

This project is being managed by Norfolk Southern Railway (NSR), the governing railroad at this crossing. In accordance with Federal Railroad Administration’s Guide to the Quiet Zone Establishment process, NSR will prepare preliminary engineering/design plans and other related construction documents for the project.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Russ Ford
(770) 420-6659
[email protected]

Resurfacing

Resurfacing Operations Schedule

Note: Resurfacing work is subject to change due to weather or construction progress. 

Typically during weekend resurfacing operations, lane closures are scheduled from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturdays. 

Typically during night resurfacing operations, lane closures are scheduled from 7 p.m. to 5 a.m. Sunday through Friday.

Typically during weekday resurfacing operations, lane closures are scheduled from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.

During resurfacing operations, one lane remaining open at all times.

Resurfacing Locations: EXPECT DELAYS

Mars Hill Road from Dallas Highway to Burnt Hickory Road (Sun-Fri night operation 7 pm to 5 am; Mon-Fri daytime operation 9 am to 4 pm; Saturday daytime operation with potential for some nights)

Projects include resurfacing on various county streets, including variable depth milling, patching, leveling, resurfacing and pavement markings as well as crack sealing/resurfacing of the Cobb County Safety Village.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Kristen Orton
(678) 581-3428
[email protected]

Retner Drive Drainage (Project No. X2255 – 2016 SPLOST)

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Drainage System Improvements is an approved component in the 2016 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program and includes repair and/or replacement of roadway drainage systems. The specific scope for this project is still in development.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

John Morey
(770) 528-1661
[email protected]

Ridgewood Creek Drive Drainage (Project No. X2256 – 2016 SPLOST)

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Drainage System Improvements is an approved component in the 2016 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program and includes repair and/or replacement of roadway drainage systems. The scope for this project includes activities to repair a large sinkhole behind a headwall.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

John Morey
(770) 528-1661
[email protected]

Riverview Road (Project No. E6040 – 2011 SPLOST)

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Lane closures are possible Monday - Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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This project includes safety and operational improvements along Riverview Road, from Veterans Memorial Highway to the Smyrna City Limit boundary line near Nichols Drive.  The project will realign the intersection at River View Road with Veterans Memorial Highway. This project is scheduled to be completed in the summer of 2021.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Ligia Florim
[email protected]

Sandtown Road (Project No. X2610 – 2016 SPLOST)

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Lane closures are possible Monday - Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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This joint project with the City of Marietta consists of roadway safety and traffic operational improvements along Sandtown Road from Austell Road to Westside Drive. This project includes adding turn lanes, sidewalks, and curb and gutter in addition to traffic signal enhancements and drainage improvements.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Ligia Florim
[email protected]

Shiloh Road at Royal Drive (Project No. X2314 – 2016 SPLOST)

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This project consists of safety and operational improvements at the intersection of Shiloh Road and Royal Drive/Apartment Drive, including signalization of the intersection and reassignment of lanes.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Karyn Matthews
(770) 528-3685
[email protected]

Silver Comet Trail Bridges (Project No. X2119 – 2016 SPLOST)

Travel Advisory

Noses Creek Trail Bridge: The Silver Comet Trail bridge over Noses Creek, located near the Carter Road parking lot and trail mile marker 8.4, will be closed from Monday, January 6, 2020 to Friday, March 20, 2020.  The Wildhorse Creek Trail will remain open with the potential for temporary closures and flagging under the Silver Comet Trail bridge. Parts of the Carter Road parking lot will be closed for construction
equipment/supplies.

There will be no access through the construction site during the closures and no detours will be available.

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This project includes repair of two existing bridges located on the Silver Comet Trail. Repairs on the bridge over Nickajack Creek include replacement of the bridge railing and footing repairs. Repairs on the bridge over Noses Creek include replacement of the bridge deck, wood pile, and pile encasements, as well as installation of a bridge deck drainage system.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

James Hudgins
(770) 420-6658
[email protected]

Six Flags Parkway Gateway Improvements (Project No. X2611 – 2016 SPLOST)

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The scope of this project consists of enhancements in the Six Flags Parkway Corridor with hardscaping, landscaping, monuments, and signage.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Ligia Florim
[email protected]

South Barrett Reliever Phase 3 (Project No. X2407 – 2016 SPLOST)

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The South Barrett Reliever project will provide an alternate route for the public traveling to the highly developed office, commercial, and residential areas at I-75, as well as those motorists accessing I-75 at Barrett Parkway.  

Phase 3 of the project consists of the extension and widening of Shiloh Valley Drive/Greers Chapel Drive across Interstate 75 (I-75), terminating at the intersection of Roberts Court and Barrett Parkway. Proposed improvements include construction of a bridge with no interstate access over I-75, and the addition of a roundabout at Greers Chapel Drive and Roberts Court. The total project length of Phase 3 is approximately 0.81 miles.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Brian Loudermilk
(770) 528-4378
[email protected]

Stafford Place Drainage (Project No. X2265 – 2016 SPLOST)

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Drainage System Improvements is an approved component in the 2016 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program and includes repair and/or replacement of roadway drainage systems. The specific scope for this project is still in development.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

John Morey
(770) 528-1661
[email protected]

West Atlanta Street Trail (Project No. X2412 – 2016 SPLOST)

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This project includes construction of a twelve-foot wide multi-use trail, five-foot wide grass strip, and curb and gutter along the eastern side of West Atlanta Street. The project will also fill in the current gap within a segment of existing trail.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

John Morey
(770) 528-1661
[email protected]

Willeo Road over Willeo Creek (Project No. X2122 – 2016 SPLOST)

While some pre-construction activities are already under way, construction activities for this project are scheduled to begin in the Spring of 2021. This project will require closing the bridge. The closure is anticipated to start in late March 2021 and last a minimum of four months. This time frame may be adjusted based on weather conditions and other project needs.  Electronic signs will be place a minimum of two weeks prior to the closure to remind the traveling public of the closure.

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This joint project with the City of Roswell includes a complete replacement of the existing bridge over Willeo Creek located on Willeo Road between Bywater Trail and Timber Ridge Road/Lower Roswell Road at the Cobb/Fulton County line. Construction activities for this project are scheduled to begin in the summer of 2021. 

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Karyn Matthews
(770) 528-3685
[email protected]

Windy Hill Road / Bridge Repair over Rottenwood Creek (Project No. E4020 – 2011 SPLOST)

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Lane closures are possible on Windy Hill Road from Interstate North Parkway to Leland Drive, Monday - Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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This project includes bridge deck patching, replacement of deck joints, pile encasement, installation of polymer overlay, extension of the existing gabion wall, and installation of riprap to the existing bank. This project is scheduled to be completed in the fall of 2020.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

James Hudgins
(770) 420-6658
[email protected]

Windy Hill Road/Windy Hill Boulevard (Project No. X2402 – 2016 SPLOST)

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Lane closures are possible on Windy Hill Road from South Cobb Drive to Atlanta Road, Monday - Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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This joint project, being managed and led by the City of Smyrna, consists of a roadway expansion as well as intersection and pedestrian improvements to the portion of Windy Hill Road that runs from South Cobb Drive to Atlanta Road, which will be known as Windy Hill Boulevard.   

For information on this project, please contact the Smyrna Public Works Department at (770) 431-2850 or visit the City of Smyrna website

Windy Hill/ Terrell Mill Connector (Project No. X2401 – 2016 SPLOST)

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The project consists of a new thoroughfare between Windy Hill Road and Terrell Mill Road. This project will serve as a reliever for Powers Ferry Road by absorbing traffic normally traveling that route to and from Windy Hill Road and Terrell Mill Road. This project provides another route for traffic to access the I-75 Northwest Corridor Express Lanes, and the multi-use trail will provide a new trail connection to the Bob Callan Trail System.

The road will begin at the intersection of Spectrum Circle/Interstate North Parkway and Windy Hill Road and continue north, connecting at the current Bentley Road and Terrell Mill Road intersection.  This will be a new four-lane road with a raised center median and will include sidewalk and a multi-use trail. The total project is approximately 0.70 miles in length. Construction for this project is scheduled to be completed in the fall of 2022.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Karyn Matthews
(770) 528-3685
[email protected]

Windy Ridge Parkway Sidewalk (Project No. X2724 – 2016 SPLOST)

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This project includes widening the sidewalk on Windy Ridge Parkway between Cobb Parkway and Heritage Court to trail width.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Karyn Matthews
(770) 528-3685
[email protected]

Woodland Brook Drive Drainage (Project No. X2260 – 2016 SPLOST)

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Construction of this project is substantially complete. This project consists of repairing a failing 24-inch culvert and pavement in the vicinity of 4292 Woodland Brook Drive.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

John Morey
(770) 528-1661
[email protected]

Woodland Brook Drive over Vinings Branch Bridge Replacement (Project No.  X2120 – 2016 SPLOST)

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UPDATE: The road closure on Woodland Brook Drive will be extended through July 26th, 2020. Heavy rains have impacted construction activities and delayed utility relocations. The contractor is endeavoring to make up the lost time. 

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The project consists of a complete replacement of the deficient bridge crossing over Gilmore Creek (Vinings Branch) with a box culvert. Construction of this project is substantially complete.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Ligia Florim
[email protected]

Woodland Brook Drive/Paces Ferry Road Pedestrian Improvements (Project No. X2728 – 2016 SPLOST)

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Pedestrian Improvements is an approved component of the 2016 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program. Pedestrian Improvements include construction of sidewalks and other pedestrian improvements along roadways in the vicinity of schools, activity centers, multi-modal facilities (transit stops/shelters, etc.), and other congested areas and include construction of pedestrian bridges where needed.

The proposed scope for this project includes improvements to the pedestrian crosswalk and tightening the turn radius at the intersection of Woodland Brook Drive and Paces Ferry Road.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Karyn Matthews
(770) 528-3685
[email protected]

Woodlawn Drive Pedestrian Improvements (Project No. X2725 – 2016 SPLOST)

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Pedestrian Improvements is an approved component of the 2016 SPLOST Transportation Improvements Program. Pedestrian Improvements include construction of sidewalks and other pedestrian improvements along roadways in the vicinity of schools, activity centers, multi-modal facilities (transit stops/shelters, etc.), and other congested areas and include construction of pedestrian bridges where needed.

The proposed scope for this project includes construction of pedestrian improvements on Woodlawn Drive at Dickerson Middle School.

Cobb DOT Project Manager

Karyn Matthews
(770) 528-3685
[email protected]