Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Check out the latest updates on road constructions, delays and detours around Kennesaw and Cobb County from May 13 to 17.
Here are the latest updates on road work being done around Kennesaw and Cobb County, according to the Cobb Department of Transportation. Expect intermittent lane closures from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday from Laurel Springs Way to South Cobb Drive. One lane will remain open at all times. The contractor will be installing construction signs, erosion control and begin clearing, excavation and grading. Utility relocation should not affect your service. South Cobb Drive to Atlanta Road: Expect intermittent lane closures from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, with one lane remaining open in each direction at all times. Evelyn Street: The intersection with Concord Road will be permanently closed as work starts. Clay Road to …
Tuesday, May 7, 2013
Before you start the week, check out the latest updates on road constructions, delays and detours around Kennesaw and Cobb County.
Here are the latest updates on road work being done around Marietta and Cobb County, according to the and Cobb Department of Transportation. Georgia DOT continues work on the intersection and ramps at I-575 and Barrett Parkway. This project is scheduled to complete in June 2013. Expect delays Monday through Friday on Bells Ferry Road from Cobb Parkway to I-575 during asphalt paving operations. One lane will remain open at all times. Starting May 24, Cobb County DOT will begin work replacing the westbound bridge on New Chastain Road over Noonday Creek. This will result in closing the westbound lanes for four months or longer. Westbound traffic will be detoured to the eastbound bridge, which will provide one lane in each direction during …
Monday, April 29, 2013
Check out the latest updates on road constructions, delays and detours around Kennesaw and Cobb County before you start the week.
Here are the latest updates on road work being done around Kennesaw and Cobb County, according to the Cobb Department of Transportation. Davidson Road to Willow Point Parkway Expect delays and lane closures from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday through Friday, with one lane open for your commute. The contractor will be grading and placing concrete, and work on asphalt paving between Hyde Road and Asheforde Drive. Willow Point Pkwy to Timber Ridge Road One lane will remain open for commute from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday through Friday. The contractor will be grading, installing storm drainage crossings and placing concrete. Expect periodic lane closures from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. One lane will remain open for your commute during the …
Saturday, September 1, 2012
Contractors will not work Sunday or Monday.
Contractor will work today to install storm drainage pipe and perform grading operations on Barrett Parkway. According to a news release from Commissioner Helen Goreham, drivers should expect lane closures and delays in both directions. The contractor will not be working Sunday and Monday. The extended lane closures in the “off-peak” direction (southbound in the morning and northbound in the evening) will continue.
Tuesday, July 3, 2012
The city council of Kennesaw addressed some concerns about the construction on Jiles Road.
The Kennesaw City Council on Monday night addressed a citizen's concerns about the ongoing construction on Jiles Road. Bill Maxson expressed his dissatisfaction with road construction on Jiles Road. He alleged that a new bus ramp has actually narrowed the road next to his home despite the fact that current construction is intended to widen it. Maxson also questioned whether designers of the project had actually walked the land they were developing. City Manager Steve Kennedy assured him that they did. Maxson also said he was frustrated that he never received notice of a meeting concerning the Jiles Road project. The council asked him to resubmit his email address to the city. Mayor Mark Mathews also invited Maxson to take a look at…
Tuesday, July 19, 2011
The third and final phase of the $23 million road expansion is projected to be completed in two years.
Construction intended to relieve traffic congestion by widening Jiles to a four-lane road entered its third and final phase Monday. Workers and heavy landscaping equipment will soon be seen tearing up the area between Baker Road and Highway 41, the last stretch of road to be renovated over the next two years. Project History The project in its entirety was first placed before the City Council of Kennesaw around 1996, according to Mayor Mark Mathews. Since then, it has undergone several phases of approval and review, until it was ultimately granted funding through the 2005 SPLOST. The bill is projected to settle around $23 million by the time construction is completed on July 18, 2013. This final phase will make up $11 million of the total…