Feds approve 285/400 interchange improvements
by Staff Reports
04:55 PM, Tuesday, September 30
Gov. Nathan Deal’s office Tuesday announced the Federal Highway Administration approved the Atlanta Transportation Improvement Plan, which includes funding for Interstate 285/Ga. 400 interchange project in Sandy Springs. The administration determi...

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