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Roswell hosts Holcomb Bridge Road open house
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Proposed changes to the Holcomb Bridge/Ga. 400 intersection.
Proposed changes to the Holcomb Bridge/Ga. 400 intersection.
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The city of Roswell Transportation Department is holding a public information open house on the Holcomb Bridge Road Corridor Study (HBR at SR 400 Interchange area) June 26 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Holiday Inn, 909 Holcomb Bridge Road. This is the final public meeting.

City staff will present the final project recommendations at the SR 400 interchange and study area, including the preferred interchange concept, project cost estimates, and project prioritization. The recommended projects may be implemented in the short, medium, and long term as funding is identified.

The HBR Corridor Study is a multi-modal planning study that has developed transportation improvement concepts and recommendations to address traffic congestion in both the short-term and the long-term. The study has also developed bicycle and pedestrian improvements, as well as interchange beautification and streetscape concepts. Finally, the study seeks to encourage economic redevelopment in the area.

The study area extends along Holcomb Bridge Road (SR 140) from Warsaw Road to Holcomb Woods Parkway and includes the interchange with SR 400. The study builds upon the Imagine Roswell 2030 Comprehensive Plan completed in 2011 and the Big Creek Bridge Road. Study completed in 2010.

As part of the outreach for this study, the city wants to hear from the public. Interested parties are encouraged to attend the public meeting. Those who are unable to attend the meeting may visit www.roswellgov.com/hbr400 for further information.

Click here for a larger version of the conceptual drawing.
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