East Cobb Road Work Update
Construction and repairs will continue along Lower Roswell and Little Willeo roads next week.
From the office of District 2 Cobb Commissioner Bob Ott:
Lower Roswell Road Construction
- Davidson Road to Willow Point Pkwy – Monday, Feb. 25 through Friday, March 1: Expect periodic lane closures from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. between Davidson Rd and Willow Point Parkway with one lane open for your commute. The contractor will be grading and placing concrete. Weather permitting – the contractor may begin asphalt paving between Hyde Road and Asheforde Drive. EXPECT DELAYS
- Willow Point Pkwy to Timber Ridge Road – Monday through Friday: Also, expect periodic lane closures from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. between Willow Point Parkway and Timber Ridge Road with one lane remaining open for your commute. The contractor will be grading, installing storm drainage and water main. EXPECT DELAYS
Little Willeo Road Sidewalks Construction
- Karls Gate Drive to Lake Fjord Pass – Monday through Friday: Expect intermittent lane closures from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. with one lane remaining open for clearing operations and installation of erosion control. Utility companies will be relocating services which should not affect your service.
May 2013 Paper Mill Road Bridge Replacement
In May, Cobb County DOT will begin work on replacing the bridge and adding a pedestrian bridge over Sope Creek on Paper Mill Road. The new bridge will include a six foot sidewalk on the south side, providing access to the National Park Service trails. This project will result in closing Paper Mill Road at the bridge for approximately four months beginning once school breaks for the summer. Signed detour routes will be provided during construction. Additional detour information will be made available at a public information meeting in April. (East Cobb Patch story here.)
I-285 Top-End Resurfacing Project - GDOT
Georgia DOT continues working on a $56 million resurfacing project on I-285. Crews will resurface 10 miles of I-285 between Paces Ferry Road in Cobb County and Ashford Dunwoody Road in DeKalb County. Most work will take place nights and weekends.
The project is scheduled to complete in August 2013. EXPECT DELAYS. Please click on the link for more information.