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Quick Response Projects

Quick Response Projects are identified by Georgia DOT engineers or city and county staff and are managed through the Office of Local Grants. The money comes from the state motor fuel tax and is primarily used for small projects on the state route system. Below is a list of completed Quick Response Projects by county.

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CoffeeU.S. 441 at SR 206 Connector

Added a northbound deceleration/right turn lane

CookSR 37 at Bear Creek Road in Adel

Improved shoulder to facilitate school buses turning right onto Bear Creek Road.

CrispSR 300 at Old Hatley Road

Constructed a right turn lane to allow eastbound school traffic to move through the intersection; side streets restriped to provide left turn lanes.

CrispFarmers Market Road/Tremont Road at SR 257

Paved existing dirt islands and restriped/realigned to create a 90 degree intersection.

CrispSR 300 at Pateville Road

Added a deceleration/right turn lane southbound

Decatur SR 97 Connector at US 27 NB

Improved radius of the on ramp, enabling left turning truck traffic to more efficiently utilize the intersection.

DoughertyUS 19 at Nelms Road

Added raised concrete islands and radius improvements on all four quadrants of the intersection.

LeeUS 82 West at Oakland Road¬

Added a deceleration/right turn lane

ThomasUS 19 at N. Thomasville Bypass

Added a northbound left turn lane

ThomasUS 19 at Clark Road

Striped island and installed turn lane

 

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