Cobb Department of Transportation staff will hold a public information open house to discuss the I-75 at Wade Green Road interchange improvements project.
This project is a component of the 2011 Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax program.
The proposed project would convert the existing interchange to a diverging diamond interchange utilizing the existing bridge.
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Most of the project will be contained within the existing paved area.
The current roadway and bridge consists of two 12-foot-wide travel lanes plus one left turn lane in either direction. A new eastbound right turn lane is currently under construction by Cobb DOT to serve traffic heading to I-75 southbound ramps.
The project will require widening, median construction, signage, pavement markings, signalization and minor bridge re-construction along Wade Green Road. Additionally the project calls for widening the I-75 southbound ramp.
The public is invited to attend anytime during the open house to review proposed project plans. There will be no formal presentation.
The meeting will be held in the City of Kennesaw's council chambers, located at 2529 J.O. Stephenson Ave., Kennesaw on Thursday, June 20 from 5 to 7 p.m.