Planning for the freeway, later known as the North Fulton Expressway, began in 1954. The initial section north of I-285 was officially dedicated on May 24, 1971 and subsequent additions to the north opened in stages through 1981.
How much did the GA 400 285 project cost?
About $800 million
Originally predicted to cost about $1.1 billion, the overhaul of the Interstate 285/Georgia 400 interchange, along with the addition of collector distributor lanes along both highways, will cost about $800 million, of which $460 million is actual construction costs with the remaining amount covering right-of-way
Why is there so much construction in Georgia?
With proceeds from a 2015 gas tax increase, the Georgia Department of Transportation will spend billions of dollars over the next decade to expand the region's highways. The projects include an expansion of the region's network of toll lanes, new highway interchanges and new bridges on the Perimeter.
Does GA 400 still have tolls?
Billion dollar price tag g dot's natalie dale explains. The state is looking for a private developer to do the work the private developer foots a significant. Amount of the bill for this project.
Where does GA 400 end?
53.74 miles in length, Georgia State Route 400 originates from Interstate 85 in northeast Atlanta and concludes where U.S. 19 joins SR 60 at SR 115 in Lumpkin County, south of Dahlanega.
I need a map showing where glenridge to the glenridge connector has construction or detours
One right lane on SR 400 northbound from Glenridge Connector to Johnson Ferry Road. Closures and Detours: ** SR 400 northbound to I-285 eastbound (Detour Map).