North-South Connectivity Study

What is the North-South Connectivity Study?

During the public input meetings for the Transportation Master Plan Meetings in 2018 and 2019, citizen cited concerns about congestion, speeding, and safety along north/south streets connecting US 78 / Lawrenceville Hwy / Lavista Rd

  • Montreal Road
  • Cooledge Road
  • Brockett Road
  • Idlewood Road
  • Fellowship Road

As a result of these concerns, a study was proposed in the Transportation Master Plan to study these north/south collector streets.

Kimley Horn has submitted a proposal to evaluate Operation & Safety needs along these streets. Their scope of work will include gathering traffic counts and accident data, reviewing transit connections, conducting capacity analysis, holding 3 neighborhood meetings, developing a concept, calculating construction cost estimates and right-of-way impacts, and proposing project prioritization. Recommendations may include left turn lanes, deceleration lanes, roundabouts, traffic signal improvements, pavement marking modifications, and/or traffic calming measures. Bike and Pedestrian improvements will be considered to provide connectivity to main roads, destinations, transit, and the city’ current and future sidewalk and trail network.

Project Updates

Dec,1 2022 Community Meeting

Video from the North-South Connectivity Study Community Meeting.

Project and Presentation Documents

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