Oglethorpe County - Long Range Study
In January 2013, the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) initiated work to develop a Long Range Transportation Study for Oglethorpe County. The study is being conducted in coordination with Oglethorpe County.
The purpose of this study is to develop a transportation plan for Oglethorpe County that provides policy guidance and project recommendations to improve the transportation infrastructure needed to satisfy future travel demand. This study will evaluate the current and future transportation needs up to the year 2040.
The study will incorporate the Governor’s strategic goals for the state, which include improving the movement of people and goods, providing adequate infrastructure to support Georgia’s role as a logistic hub and improving safety on Georgia’s roads. The study will also focus on small scale roadway improvements, such as passing lanes, intersection improvements, and paving projects as well as multi-modal improvements that will serve the nature of the community while ensuring mobility into the future.
The consulting firm of HNTB was selected to provide services to support these planning efforts. The study is planned for completion in early 2014.
Thomas Caiafa, Project Manager
Georgia Department of Transportation
Office of Planning
One Georgia Center
600 West Peachtree St NW
Atlanta, GA 30308
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