GDOT is adding turn lanes to improve traffic flow at the heavily traveled route, the junction of two of the few routes connecting east-west and north-south travel.
Contractors for the GA Department of Transportation (GDOT) resumed construction on intersection improvements at Old Milton Parkway and North Point Parkway last night, Monday, May 13. Construction activity will continue to take place between 8 p.m. and 5 a.m., Monday through Friday until the project is completed. GDOT says that the current completion target is December 2013, according to a release from the city of Alpharetta. During construction motorists should anticipate periodic lane closures and shifts in and around the intersection. Plans are to increase the number of turn lanes to improve traffic flow.
Flagmen will occasionally be directing traffic on the section of road between Bethany Bend in Milton and Windward Concourse in Alpharetta.
Although a water main pipe project along less than one mile of McGinnis Ferry Road will be completely off road in the right of way, it still will interrupt traffic at times between now and Aug. 15. Work crews from the Fulton County Department of Water Resources are installing 5,160 linear feet of 16-inch diameter water main pipe along McGinnis Ferry Road. The project starts from Bethany Bend within the City of Milton and proceeds east across GA 400 into the City of Alpharetta. The pipe will turn right off of McGinnis Ferry onto Windward Concourse and then right on Alderman Drive. Daily activities will be conducted from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. No water service interruptions are planned for this project, which is scheduled to be completed by Aug…