SR 20 Projects
Georgia DOT has the following transportation projects slated for the SR 20 corridor.
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I-575 to SR 400 (Canton/Cumming)
The Georgia DOT is seeking to identify potential improvements along SR 20 from I-575 in Canton to SR 400 in Cumming. SR 20 is a major east-west thoroughfare on the northern edge of Metropolitan Atlanta. View website
Union Hill Rd to Greenwood Court - Climbing Lanes PI: 632790
The project begins approximately 600 feet west of Union Hill Road/CR 762 at mile post 15.96 and ends 1500 feet east of Greenwood Court/CR 1968 at mile post 22.40. This project consists of two sections of truck climbing lanes along State Route 20.
Mountain Ridge Rd to Peachtree Ind Blvd (Gwinnett) PI:0004430
The proposed project would widen SR 20 from a two lane rural section to a four lane urban section from approximately 1,000 feet west of Mountain Ridge Road to Peachtree Industrial Boulevard in Gwinnett County.
Burgess Rd to Burnette Trail (Gwinnett/Forsyth) PI:132985
The proposed project will widen SR 20 from a 2-lane rural section to 4-lane divided urban roadway and will replace the SR 20 Bridge over the Chattahoochee River. The project begins in Forsyth County at Burgess Road and ends in Gwinnett County east of the Burnette Trail. The project has a total project length of 1.079 miles.
CR 80/Samples Rd to CR 450/James Burgess Rd (Forsyth/Gwinnett) PI:0002392
This project is the widening and reconstruction of SR 20 from just south of Samples Road/CR 80 to James Burgess Road/CR 450 for a total of 2.68 miles. The purpose of the project is to improve east-west mobility along SR 20, which serves as a primary arterial between Forsyth County and Gwinnett County in this location.
I-75 to I-575 (Bartow/Cherokee) PI: 0007836
Schedule: Scoping in 2013, PE in 2017
ROW and CST will be determined once scope and cost are better defined.
SR 20 From I-575 to CR 281/Scott Road (Cherokee) PI: 0009164
The proposed project is located in central Cherokee County, partially in the City of Canton. The project begins 0.34 miles east of I-575 in the City of Canton and ends 0.15 miles east of CR 281/Scott Road. The proposed roadway will consist of two 12-ft lanes in each direction, a 20-ft raised median with breaks at major intersections, and sidewalks on each side.