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Road Improvement Survey Closes Today!

County survey on area transportation projects …including several on Houston Mill, LaVista, and Briarcliff, closes today

Carl Lange – 12/6/13

DeKalb County has many proposed road and transportation improvements that it has been reviewing with citizens throughout the year.  While there are no guarantees on which might have funding for implementation, there are a number of proposed improvements that could directly impact our neighborhood.  Two of these include ones I recommended at a county study group earlier this year.

These are the ones that I’ve highlighted in our immediate area and/or could improve Emory traffic.

TypeProject IDProject NameFromToProject Description
Bicycle and Pedestrian366Houston MillCliftonLaVistaOn-Road bicycle lanes
Bicycle and Pedestrian3012Houston MillCliftonLaVistaSidewalks and pedestrian crossings
Roadway Corridor1159Houston MillCliftonSignal improvements
Intersections1875Briarcliff @ CliftonTurn lanes, signal improvement, pedestrian
Intersections5108Briarcliff @ LaVistaTurn lanes, signal improvement, pedestrian
Multi-Modal5087BriarcliffN DruidCliftonAdd bus lane, intersection improvements, bike, pedestrian

To access the proposed list, maps, and take the survey, Click Here.

There are many other worthy improvements proposed for our area and throughout the county.  As this survey has not been widely published, your vote today might be critical in helping the county select from these projects.  Thanks to Martha Pacini for attending the most recent county meeting and alerting us to this survey being closed today.

City of Briarcliff Initiative Meeting, Monday

A message forwarded through the Druid Hill Neighborhood Association:

Please come to a cityhood update, strategy session, and discussion of the Vinson Institute Study on Monday, December 9, 7pm at Athens Pizza, 1341 Clairmont Road, Decatur.  Call 404-561-4208 for more information.

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