Motorists around Sandy Springs continue to see improvements in their daily commute. From newly paved roads to an increase in our sidewalk network, the City is committed to keeping our busy residents and business owners moving right along!
In 2013, more than 20.55 miles of roadway were resurfaced throughout the City. As of Nov. 1, 2014, 147 miles of roadway (and counting) have been paved since the City's incorporation.
Nine Sidewalk Program projects were completed in 2014, adding close to three miles of sidewalk, bringing the total since incorporation to 30.2 miles.
Considered by many the biggest, and one of the most important projects for the City since incorporation in 2005, development of the City's downtown area is reshaping the Roswell Road corridor, creating a unique, vibrant, walkable city center fostering a sense of community, activity and identity. (Click here to read more…)
Transportation Planning Projects
The North Fulton Comprehensive Transportation Plan (NFCTP) seeks to address economic prosperity, quality of life, and cross-jurisdictional collaboration through multimodal transportation solutions.
Following the T-SPLOST effort in Fulton County, the Mayors of the 14 Cities outside of Atlanta and the Fulton County Commission affirmed that a plan was needed to determine potential expansion of transit services in Fulton County. The Fulton County Transit Master Plan study is being conducted in collaboration with MARTA, Fulton County, and the 14 participating cities.
The excitement of a new baseball stadium for the Braves also has created a concern regarding traffic within the stadium's general vicinity.