Projects Under Design

SWAN DRIVE OVER DAVIS MILL CREEK

This project involves replacing two creek crossings along Swan Drive in the Carrington Pointe Subdivision off Nebo Road. Both crossings will be replaced with a single span structure that will allow larger storm events to pass without overtopping the roadway.

This project design phase began in August 2016 at a cost of $228,082 and is scheduled to begin construction in 2019.

Burnt Hickory road at Brownsville extension and stout parkway

This project involves intersection improvements for the intersection of Burnt Hickory Road at Brownsville Extension and Stout Parkway. Currently the intersection is a four-way stop. This is a safety project designed to help address intersection deficiencies.

The design phase began in April 2018 at a cost of $119,670. Construction is anticipated to begin in calendar year 2020. This project is funded by SPLOST funds, but it is a joint project with Cobb County and the project costs will be split.

sr 101 at sr 120

This project involves intersection improvements for the intersection of SR 101 at SR 120. Currently the intersection is a four-way stop. This is a safety project designed to help address intersection deficiencies.

The design phase began in January 2017 at a cost of $149,684 and construction is anticipated to begin in 2019. This project is funded by SPLOST funds, but additional State funds will be requested as both roadways on a State route.

sr 101 at goldmine road

This project involves intersection improvements for the intersection of SR 101 at Goldmine Road. This is a safety project designed to help address intersection deficiencies.

The design phase began in May 2018 at a cost of $283,509. Construction is not anticipated to begin until the year 2021. This project is funded by SPLOST funds, but additional State funding will be requested to help fully fund construction of this project.

Dallas Acworth Highway at Mt. Tabor Church Road and Frey Road

The project involves realigning the two side roads along Dallas Acworth Highway to intersect with each other. Dallas Acworth Highway will also be reconfigured to improve the line of sight along the roadway and help with safety concerns.

The project design phase began in January 2019 at a cost of $233,932 and is scheduled to begin construction in calendar year 2019. This project will be funded with SPLOST funds.

Seven Hills Boulevard Widening from Cedarcrest Road to Little Pumpkinvine Creek

This project involves widening the existing Seven Hills Boulevard to 4 lanes and implementing pedestrian facilities along this segment of the corridor.

The project design phase began in January 2016 at a cost of $270,832 and is scheduled to begin construction in calendar year 2019. The majority of this projects funding comes from a development agreement with the developer of Seven Hills, but the rest of the project will be funded with SPLOST funds.

Cedarcrest Road Corridor Improvement from Harmony Grove Church Road North to the Cobb County Line.

This project is 3.3 miles of existing roadway that consists of widening to a four lane section with a 20 foot median between Harmony Grove Church Road and the Cobb County line. The project will also include upgraded shoulders and pedestrian facilities.

A Request for Proposals (RFP) was advertised for this project in 2017. TranSystems was selected, out of five engineering firms, and awarded the preliminary engineering design services contract on December 12, 2017 in the amount of $2,582,898.18 by the Paulding County Board of Commissioners.

The project design phase began in January 2018 at a cost of $2,582,898. This is a multiyear project that is planned to begin Right of Way Authorization by April 2021 and construction planned for April 2023.

A Public Information Open House was held on January 24, 2019. The concept drawings presented at this open house are below. Coordination will be required with GDOT including assistance with funding. Funding for this project will come from SPLOST with additional funding from the State for construction costs.

Conceptual Plan

Ridge Road at Bob Hunton Road & Cohran Store Road

This project involves the installation of a roundabout at the existing four way stop intersection. Bob Hunton Road and Cohran Store Road will be cut down to improve the sight line approaching the intersection of the new roundabout.

The project design phase began October 2016 at a cost of $221,616 and is scheduled to begin construction in calendar year 2019. The project will be funded with SPLOST funds.

Bobo Road at Mt Tabor Church Road & Macland Road

This project involves intersection improvements at both the Mt Tabor Church Road at Bobo Road and Macland Road at Bobo Road. Roundabouts are being studied at both locations to address the current intersection deficiencies.

The design phase began in May 2018 at a cost of $341,586. Construction is not anticipated to begin until the year 2020. This project is funded by SPLOST funds.