View these Alpharetta and Milton transportation stories, part of Community Impact Newspaper's area coverage.
Final paving of Rucker Road expected to be complete before May 1
In a Facebook post April 21, Alpharetta city officials announced that the final paving of Rucker Road, a $15.4 million major corridor project that has been underway for the last three years, will begin the week of April 27. Barring inclement weather, the work could be completed before May 1.
Bridges over Georgia 400, preliminary fiscal year 2020-21 budget among discussion at Alpharetta City Council meeting April 20
Renderings for replacing the existing bridges at Kimball Bridge and Webb Bridge roads over Georgia 400, as well as renderings of the new bridge over GA 400 at the Tradewinds interchange—formerly known as Webb Plus—were presented at the Alpharetta City Council meeting April 20 during the workshop portion of the meeting.
Milton makes progress on public safety complex, road construction, Birmingham Park landscaping
A slew of items on the consent agenda was unanimously approved without discussion at the April 15 virtual Milton City Council meeting, including items regarding Milton's new public safety complex on Hwy. 9, landscaping improvements at Birmingham Park, and both design and construction on the Hopewell Road traffic flow improvement project and the roundabout at Freemanville and Birmingham roads.
Regional project to widen McGinnis Ferry Road in design phase
The cities of Alpharetta and Johns Creek, Forsyth County and the Georgia Department of Transportation partnered on a project to widen McGinnis Ferry Road from Sargent to Union Hill roads, totaling about 4.6 miles.
Kara McIntyre contributed to this report.