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SR 400 EXTENSION

The purpose of this study is to document and determine the need for an potential extension of SR 400 from its current terminus at SR 60/SR 115 in Dahlonega in Lumpkin County to the Cleveland Bypass in White County. Georgia DOT has partnered with Lumpkin and White counties to review methods to increase accessibility and ease of travel within the area while addressing safety and geometric concerns along the SR 115 corridor.


We Need Your Input

The success of the long-range planning process depends on the involvement and input of local residents, employees, business owners, and community leaders. Public outreach activities will be scheduled at key milestones in the study process to gather feedback and input from the community.

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Study Location Map

SR 400 Extension Study Project Map



Milestones

3rd Quarter
2019
Data Collection
Project Management & Documentation
4th Quarter
2019
Data Collection
Existing & Future Conditions Analysis & Needs Assessment
Project Management & Documentation
1st Quarter
2020
Existing & Future Conditions Analysis & Needs Assessment
Development of Transportation Improvement Options
Project Management & Documentation
2nd Quarter
2020
Development of Transportation Improvement Options
Project Management & Documentation
3rd Quarter
2020
Reccomendations
Project Management & Documentation



Contact

For more information about this study please contact the following:

Jalen Ford, Project Manager
Georgia DOT -Office of Planning
One Georgia Center
600 West Peachtree St NW
Atlanta, GA 30308
(404) 631-1773
jford@dot.ga.gov