Provided by Dan Coffer and the City of Sandy Springs
The Georgia Department of Transportation and City of Sandy Springs will host a Public Open House, next week, on planned improvements for the Northridge interchange at Ga. 400.
Utility crews are expected to begin their work in mid-September in advance of active construction.
The Northridge Interchange project will provide capacity and operational improvements to the entrance and exit ramps as well as other intersection improvements to Northridge Road at Dunwoody Place, Northridge Road and Roberts Drive, and Northridge Road and Somerset Court.
The project includes replacing the existing bridge with the new bridge incorporating both pedestrian access and a bike lane.
Operational improvements include additional signage for the northbound exit ramp from Ga. 400 and additional through lane on Northridge Road to accommodate improved traffic flow. Lane closures and some night work will be necessary during construction.
The Open House will take place from 6-8 p.m., Tuesday. Final designs will be presented and transportation officials will be available to answer questions regarding construction for the bridge and interchange improvements.