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The I-285 Top End Express Lanes is a major Georgia DOT project planned to improve mobility along the I-285 top end in metro Atlanta, one of the most heavily traveled and congested interstate highways in America. More than 240,000 vehicles travel across this stretch of highway every weekday. The project focuses on adding two new elevated, barrier-separated express lanes in both directions of I-285, alongside the existing general purpose lanes.

 5 Things You Need to Know

  1. Includes the I-285 top end from I-75 on the west to I-85 on the east
  2. Adds new lanes miles on I-285
  3. Contributes to reducing 6,000+ hours of delay each day on the top end of I-285*
  4. Provides more reliable trip times and free access for transit and vanpools
  5. One of the initial 11 large-scale Major Mobility Investment Program projects to improve transportation in Georgia’s metro areas.


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Project Factsheet

View details about the I-285 Top End Express Lanes project.

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 Contacts

There are several ways the public can stay informed about the Revive 285 Top End project.

Email & Phone

(404) 347-0185 (voicemail)
Email (sign up for updates)

Mailing Address

Georgia DOT - One Georgia Center
600 West Peachtree Street, Atlanta, GA 30308

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Quick Facts

  • ​First introduced in 2006
  • Estimated to begin in 2023
  • 13-15 miles of roadway improvements, including Express Lanes, will be constructed
  • Project limits: I-285 Top End from I-75 on the west side to I-85 on the east side
  • Estimated project cost is $4.2 billion

 
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