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Transform 285/400: Lane Closure Along SR 400 Northbound

Weather permitting, Georgia Department of Transportation construction partners will close lanes on I-285 eastbound and westbound and SR 400 northbound and southbound for activities to include roadway, noise barrier, and bridge construction. Travel restrictions include possible delays, reduced speeds, and detours in some areas.

WHEN: Saturday, December 3 at 5 a.m.

Motorists traveling on SR 400 northbound will be reduced from three lanes to two lanes starting just north of the Glenridge Connector. Motorists will still be able to exit onto I-285 westbound or continue onto SR 400 northbound with two lanes until just after Hammond Drive.

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Site of the coming Dunwoody MARTA Station Mural

City of Dunwoody, MARTA, and Perimeter CIDs Announce a Request for Qualifications for New Dunwoody Station Mural

City of Dunwoody, MARTA, and Perimeter CIDs Announce a Request for Qualifications for New Dunwoody Station Mural
The effort is in partnership with Living Walls and the Dunwoody Art Commission to Enliven the Station’s Parking Exterior

DUNWOODY, GA — Dec. 1, 2022 — The Perimeter Community Improvement Districts (PCIDs), in collaboration with the City of Dunwoody, Dunwoody Development Authority, MARTA Artbound, and Living Walls, is seeking qualifications from artists or artist teams for the commission of an outdoor public mural.

The mural will be installed at the Dunwoody MARTA Station on the south side of the station’s parking garage (facing Hammond Drive). This particular site is surrounded by spectacular transformation spurred by new development, improved streetscapes and pedestrian access. It sits opposite State Farm and Carvana’s offices at Park Center, and across from the construction site of High Street, a major mixed-use destination. A short walk from the mural is Twelve24, home to Insight Global.

Since its opening in 1996, MARTA’s Dunwoody Station has grown into one of the most active transit hubs outside of I-285, welcoming thousands of riders each weekday. In addition to a bus depot serving three Xpress buses and three MARTA bus routes, the station is home to seven different shuttle routes that connect transit riders directly to and from their destinations. Now a central node for the Perimeter business district, Dunwoody Station’s parking deck has been an enticing “blank canvas” for future vibrancy.

The Request for Qualifications (RFQ) opens on December 1, 2022 and will close on January 20, 2023. After interested artists have submitted their qualifications, the selection committee will request proposals from three finalists, who will receive an honorarium to prepare their visions for the space. The artist whose proposal is chosen will install the mural in 2023. The selection process and the logistics for the painting of the mural will be assisted by three organizations with a legacy in the community of high-quality, local art: Living Walls, MARTA Artbound, and the Dunwoody Art Commission.

“I’m so excited to see more art at the Dunwoody MARTA Station,” said Dunwoody Mayor Lynn Deutsch. “The City of Dunwoody is putting an emphasis on using art to bring public spaces alive for our residents, employees, and visitors. By adding this new focal point to an otherwise ordinary corner, we’ll further our goal of making Perimeter Center a more walkable community.”

Public art has become a growing priority for Dunwoody and local stakeholders, a reflection of the personality and evolution of the community and its residents. Ann Hanlon, Executive Director of Perimeter CIDs, says, “We’re excited to work with our partners at the City of Dunwoody, MARTA and Living Walls to create our second mural installation at the Dunwoody MARTA station. We believe that an engaging piece of public art will bring an enlivened sense of place to the Hammond Drive corridor for employees, residents, and visitors to the Central Perimeter.”

Artbound, MARTA’s in-house public art program, is supporting the mural as part of its ongoing initiative to use its stations as platforms for transformative art installations. “We’re happy to support this effort to brighten the streetscape in Dunwoody, and hope it inspires a safer and more walkable experience for the community.”

The RFQ can be found at this website: http://www.perimeterconnects.com/DunwoodyMuralRFQ

About Perimeter Community Improvement Districts

The Perimeter Community Improvement Districts (PCIDs) plans and implements vital transportation improvements to enhance mobility and access to the Central Perimeter Business Districts. Representing both the Central (DeKalb) and Fulton Perimeter CIDs, the PCIDs are self-taxing districts that use additional property taxes to help accelerate needed transportation and infrastructure improvement projects. For more information about the Perimeter Community Improvement Districts, visit PerimeterCID.org.

About the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) & Artbound

Established in 1971, MARTA is among the largest transit agencies in the U.S., providing 95 percent of the public transit trips in the metro Atlanta region with 110 fixed bus routes, 38 heavy rail stations, 2.7 miles of light rail, and on-demand paratransit services. One percent of MARTA’s annual budget is allocated to enhance the ridership experience through visual and performance art. MARTA Artbound provides opportunities for artists year-round with a range of projects encompassing many modes of art. To learn more visit itsmarta.com/artbound.aspx.

About the City of Dunwoody

Located just north of Atlanta, Dunwoody, Georgia is a premier hub for business, shopping, dining and genuine hospitality. With easy access to mass transit and major highways, the city provides accessibility to key Georgia tourist attractions, events, and festivals while still delivering the charm of a small community. The city’s business-friendly atmosphere, diverse recreation options, lower-overall cost of living and proximity to mass transit has established Dunwoody as an up-and-coming center of employment, transportation, educated workforce and population density. To learn more visit dunwoodyga.gov

About Living Walls:

Living Walls creates inclusive, intentional, thought-provoking public art to inspire social change. With over 10 years of experience curating and producing murals, installations, immersive experiences, community gatherings, and conversations, they envision a world where public art acts as a social and economic engine, where it is foundational to the growth and evolution of cities and channels the spirit and culture of local communities. For more information, visit livingwallsatl.com and follow @livingwallsatl on Instagram.

Media Contact:

Linda Johnson, External Affairs Director

Perimeter Community Improvement Districts

770.390.1780 ljohnson@perimetercid.org

Transform 285/400: Lane Closures

Weather permitting, Georgia Department of Transportation construction partners will close lanes on I-285 eastbound and westbound and SR 400 northbound and southbound for activities to include roadway, noise barrier, and bridge construction. Travel restrictions include possible delays, reduced speeds, and detours in some areas.

Wednesday, November 23, 6 a.m. through Monday, November 28, 5 a.m.

***HOLIDAY LANE CLOSURE RESTRICTIONS – NO CLOSURES***

Traffic pacing will periodically occur on the I-285 eastbound and westbound on-ramps to SR 400, both northbound and southbound, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. to assist crews, supply materials, and allow for construction. Pacing may require that the ramp lane width be reduced to allow construction vehicles to enter and exit the work zone. Additional project information is available at http://www.dot.ga.gov/BuildSmart/Projects/Pages/I285SR400.aspx

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Transform 285/400: Traffic Shift for SR 400 Southbound Off-Ramp to North Springs MARTA Station

Weather permitting, Georgia Department of Transportation construction partners will close lanes on I-285 eastbound and westbound and SR 400 northbound and southbound for activities to include roadway, noise barrier, and bridge construction. Travel restrictions include possible delays, reduced speeds, and detours in some areas.

When:  Opening Friday, November 18

Motorists traveling on SR 400 southbound to Exit 5C North Springs MARTA Station will need to exit further north, approximately 1 mile sooner, than the current off-ramp. Motorists will be using the newly constructed connecting lanes starting just before Spalding Drive bridge to exit to Exit 5C North Springs MARTA Station.

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Transform 285/400: Traffic Impact Report

Weather permitting, Georgia Department of Transportation construction partners will close lanes on I-285 eastbound and westbound and SR 400 northbound and southbound for activities to include roadway, noise barrier, and bridge construction. Travel restrictions include possible delays, reduced speeds, and detours in some areas.

WHEN/WHERE: Traffic Impacts on I-285 and SR 400 from Nov. 15 through Nov. 21, 2022

Continuous Weekend Closures: (Friday, Nov. 18, 9 p.m. to Monday, Nov. 21, 5 a.m.)

General Lane Closures & Traffic Pacings:

Closures and Detours:

I-285 westbound CD lanes to Roswell Road (Detour Map)

  • Motorists traveling on I-285 westbound CD Lanes to Roswell Road will use Exit 24 Riverside Drive and I-285 eastbound to access Exit 25 Roswell Road.

Peachtree Dunwoody Road Full Closure (Detour Map)

  • Motorists traveling north on Peachtree Dunwoody Road to I-285 should use Lake Hearn Drive (road changes to Perimeter Summit Parkway) and Ashford Dunwoody Road to access I-285 eastbound and westbound.
  • Motorists traveling south on Peachtree Dunwoody Road to I-285 should use Hammond Drive and Ashford Dunwoody Road to access I-285 eastbound and westbound.
  • Motorists traveling north on Peachtree Dunwoody Road to Peachtree Dunwoody Road should use Lake Hearn Drive (road changes to Perimeter Summit Parkway), Perimeter Center Parkway and Hammond Drive to access Peachtree Dunwoody Road.
  • Motorists traveling south on Peachtree Dunwoody Road to Peachtree Dunwoody Road should use Hammond Drive, Perimeter Center Parkway, and Lake Hearn Drive to access Peachtree Dunwoody Road.
  • Motorists traveling from I-285 westbound to Peachtree Dunwoody Road south should use Hammond Drive, Perimeter Center Parkway, and Lake Hearn Drive to access Peachtree Dunwoody Road.

Roswell Road to I-285 eastbound (Detour Map)

  • Motorists traveling from Roswell Road to I-285 eastbound should use I-285 westbound and Exit 24 Riverside Drive to access I-285 eastbound.

SR 400 southbound to Hammond Drive (Detour Map)

  • Motorists traveling from SR 400 southbound to Hammond Drive should use Exit 5 Abernathy Road and Mercedes-Benz Drive (road changes to Barfield Road) to access Hammond Drive.

Mount Vernon Highway Full Closure (Detour Map)

  • Motorists traveling eastbound on Mount Vernon Highway should use Barfield Drive (road changes to Mercedes-Benz Drive) and Abernathy Road to access Mount Vernon Highway.
  • Motorists traveling westbound on Mount Vernon Highway should use Peachtree Dunwoody Road, Abernathy Road, and Mercedes-Benz Drive (road changes to Barfield Drive) to access Mount Vernon Highway.

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Transform 285/400: Traffic Impact Report

Weather permitting, Georgia Department of Transportation construction partners will close lanes on I-285 eastbound and westbound and SR 400 northbound and southbound for activities to include roadway, noise barrier, and bridge construction. Travel restrictions include possible delays, reduced speeds, and detours in some areas.

WHEN/WHERE: Traffic Impacts on I-285 and SR 400 from Nov. 9 through Nov.14, 2022

Continuous Weekend Closures: (Friday, Nov. 11, 9 p.m. to Monday, Nov. 14, 5 a.m.)

General Lane Closures & Traffic Pacings:

  • One right lane on Roswell Road northbound over I-285

Daytime Closures: Thursday, November 10, to Friday, November 11, from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.

General Lane Closures & Traffic Pacings:

  • One right lane on Spalding Drive from Trowbridge Road to Peachtree Dunwoody Road

Overnight Closures:  Wednesday, November 9, 9 p.m. to 5 a.m.

General Lane Closures & Traffic Pacings:

  • One right lane on Roswell Road northbound over I-285
  • One left lane on I-285 westbound from Mount Vernon Highway to Long Island Drive
  • Two left lanes on I-285 eastbound from Long Island Drive to Mount Vernon Highway
  • Two right lanes on I-285 westbound at Chamblee Dunwoody Road

Thursday, November 10, 9 p.m. to 5 a.m.

General Lane Closures & Traffic Pacings:

  • One right lane on Roswell Road northbound over I-285
  • One left lane on I-285 westbound from Mount Vernon Highway to Long Island Drive
  • Two left lanes on I-285 eastbound from Long Island Drive to Mount Vernon Highway

Friday, November 11, 9 p.m. to 5 a.m.

General Lane Closures & Traffic Pacings:

  • One right lane on Roswell Road northbound over I-285
  • One left lane on I-285 westbound from Mount Vernon Highway to Long Island Drive
  • Two left lanes on I-285 eastbound from Long Island Drive to Mount Vernon Highway

Saturday, November 12, 9 p.m. to 5 a.m.

General Lane Closures & Traffic Pacings:

  • One left lane on I-285 westbound from Mount Vernon Highway to Long Island Drive
  • Two left lanes on I-285 eastbound from Long Island Drive to Mount Vernon Highway

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Transform 285/400: Traffic Impact Report

Weather permitting, Georgia Department of Transportation construction partners will close lanes on I-285 eastbound and westbound and SR 400 northbound and southbound for activities to include roadway, noise barrier, and bridge construction. Travel restrictions include possible delays, reduced speeds, and detours in some areas.

Traffic Impacts on I-285 and SR 400 from Nov. 2 through Nov. 7, 2022

Continuous Weekend Closures: (Friday, Nov. 4, 9 p.m. to Monday, Nov. 7, 5 a.m.)

General Lane Closures & Traffic Pacings:

  • One right lane on I-285 westbound from Chamblee Dunwoody Road to Ashford Dunwoody Road

Closures and Detours:

Peachtree Dunwoody Road Full Closure (Detour Map)

  • Motorists traveling north on Peachtree Dunwoody Road to I-285 should use Lake Hearn Drive (road changes to Perimeter Summit Parkway) and Ashford Dunwoody Road to access I-285 eastbound and westbound.
  • Motorists traveling south on Peachtree Dunwoody Road to I-285 should use Hammond Drive and Ashford Dunwoody Road to access I-285 eastbound and westbound.
  • Motorists traveling north on Peachtree Dunwoody Road to Peachtree Dunwoody Road should use Lake Hearn Drive (road changes to Perimeter Summit Parkway), Perimeter Center Parkway and Hammond Drive to access Peachtree Dunwoody Road.
  • Motorists traveling south on Peachtree Dunwoody Road to Peachtree Dunwoody Road should use Hammond Drive, Perimeter Center Parkway, and Lake Hearn Drive to access Peachtree Dunwoody Road.
  • Motorists traveling from I-285 westbound to Peachtree Dunwoody Road south should use Hammond Drive, Perimeter Center Parkway, and Lake Hearn Drive to access Peachtree Dunwoody Road.

SR 400 southbound to I-285 westbound (Detour Map)

  • Motorists traveling on SR 400 southbound to I-285 westbound should use I-285 eastbound and Exit 29 Ashford Dunwoody Road to access I-285 westbound.

Roswell Road to I-285 eastbound (Detour Map)

  • Motorists traveling from Roswell Road to I-285 eastbound should use I-285 westbound and Exit 24 Riverside Drive to access I-285 eastbound.

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Transform 285/400: Traffic Impact Report

Weather permitting, Georgia Department of Transportation construction partners will close lanes on I-285 eastbound and westbound and SR 400 northbound and southbound for activities to include roadway, noise barrier, and bridge construction. Travel restrictions include possible delays, reduced speeds, and detours in some areas.

I-285 Westbound Lane Closure to Start October 22

To further advance the Transform 285/400 Interchange reconstruction project to final completion, the contractor for the Georgia Department of Transportation (Georgia DOT) is anticipated to close one Interstate 285 westbound lane on Saturday, Oct. 22 between Ashford Dunwoody Road and Roswell Road. One I-285 eastbound lane closed on Saturday, Oct. 8 and will remain closed.

These long-term I-285 lane closures are for bridge demolition and reconstruction at Glenridge Drive, State Route (SR) 400, and Peachtree Dunwoody Road. The bridge replacements and associated closure of a single lane each on I-285 eastbound and westbound will take at least eight months to complete and are expected to cause extreme delays around and approaching the work zone. Three lanes in each direction will remain open during the daytime hours, with the potential for additional overnight lane closures to further reduce available travel lanes.

While the long-term I-285 closures will cause extreme delays, newly constructed and recently opened connecting lanes should provide some relief by offering additional roadway capacity outside of the existing interstate lanes.

Updates will be posted to a Georgia DOT web page dedicated to the lane closures: https://transform285400-gdot.hub.arcgis.com/pages/lanereductions. Georgia DOT has also developed a video explaining the lane reductions and providing suggestions for motorists to consider when making plans for navigating around them. Please watch here.

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Transform 285/400: Traffic Impact Report

Weather permitting, Georgia Department of Transportation construction partners will close lanes on I-285 eastbound and westbound and SR 400 northbound and southbound for activities to include roadway, noise barrier, and bridge construction. Travel restrictions include possible delays, reduced speeds, and detours in some areas.

Wednesday, October 12, 9 p.m. to 5 a.m.

General Lane Closures & Traffic Pacings:

  • Two left lanes on SR 400 northbound from Johnson Ferry Road to I-285
  • Three right lanes on I-285 eastbound from Long Island Drive to Lake Forrest Drive
  • Three left lanes on I-285 westbound from Chamblee Dunwoody Road to Ashford Dunwoody Road
  • Two right lanes on I-285 westbound from Long Island Drive to Riverside Drive

Thursday, October 13, 9 p.m. to 5 a.m.

General Lane Closures & Traffic Pacings:

  • One right lane on SR 400 northbound from Johnson Ferry Road to I-285
  • One right lane on I-285 westbound from Roswell Road to Long Island Drive
  • Three right lanes on I-285 westbound from Chamblee Dunwoody Road to Ashford Dunwoody Road
  • Two right lanes on I-285 westbound from Long Island Drive to Riverside Drive

Friday, October 14, 9 p.m. to 5 a.m.

General Lane Closures & Traffic Pacings:

  • One right lane on I-285 westbound from Glenridge Drive to Long Island Drive (ends at 9 a.m.)

Saturday, October 15, 9 p.m. to 5 a.m.

General Lane Closures & Traffic Pacings:

  • Four left lanes on I-285 westbound from Perimeter Center Parkway to Glenridge Drive (Ends at 9 a.m.) – One lane open to traffic.

Sunday, October 16, 9 p.m. to 5 a.m.

General Lane Closures & Traffic Pacings:

  • One right lane on SR 400 northbound from Johnson Ferry Road to I-285

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GDOT Sets Oct. 8 as Tentative Start Date for Major 24/7 Lane Closures on I-285

The Transform 285/400 transportation project will soon enter its most transformative stage. Beginning as early as Saturday, Oct. 8, 2022, the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) has announced that its construction contractor will close two left-hand lanes in each direction of I-285, between Roswell Road and Ashford Dunwoody Road, for bridge demolition and reconstruction of a 50-year-old bridge at Glenridge Drive, State Route (SR) 400, and Peachtree Dunwoody Road. The closure of one lane in the westbound direction will follow approximately two weeks later. A visual of the planned closure area can be seen above.

Lane closure schedule confirmation will come after certain I-285 construction milestones open to traffic, ensuring motorists know what to expect and when. These anticipated openings will provide some additional capacity for vehicles and maximize all new connecting lane availability outside of existing lanes.

Key milestones include:

  1. I-285 westbound connecting lane from Peachtree Dunwoody Road to past Roswell Road
  2. SR 400 northbound and SR 400 southbound to I-285 eastbound connecting lane to past Ashford Dunwoody Road

The lane closures are expected once these key milestones are open to traffic and updated signage is in place.

  • Phase 1: Inside lanes will close on I-285 in each direction between Roswell Road to Ashford Dunwoody Road, so crews can reconstruct the interior portions of the I-285 bridges over Glenridge Drive, SR 400, and Peachtree Dunwoody Road. A minimum of three lanes will be open in each direction. This phase will take approximately four months.
  • Phase 2: Traffic will shift to the inside lanes providing width for three travel lanes and the existing outside lanes will close to traffic so crews can demolish and reconstruct the exterior portions of the bridges. This phase will take approximately four months.

The I-285 lane closures were originally scheduled to be implemented in September 2021. The reason for delaying the lane closures was to complete more work in the interchange as well as build out connecting lanes.

Parallel collector-distributor lanes being built as part of the Transform project should help to absorb some of this disruption and smooth merging in the area. Once completed, the 285/400 interchange will be able to handle more vehicles with less delay, providing a better experience for those coming to Perimeter or passing through on I-285 or GA-400.

These bridge replacements and associated I-285 lane closures will take an anticipated eight months to complete and profound delays can be expected during this time, potentially adding an hour or more to daily commutes.

Perimeter Connects—the Perimeter Community Improvement Districts’ transportation program—has put together key travel planning resources to help commuters traveling to and around the Perimeter district navigate traffic impacts from this major closure. This includes commute planning and communications tools for employers who may have teams traveling into the office throughout the week.


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Transform 285/400: Traffic Impact Report

Weather permitting, Georgia Department of Transportation construction partners will activate a new Interstate 285 eastbound traffic pattern before Roswell Road. I-285 eastbound drivers looking for Glenridge Drive, State Route (SR) 400 northbound or SR 400 southbound must exit earlier just before the Roswell Road overpass.

This new exit point places drivers into the collector-distributor system that accommodates exiting and entering traffic away from the main interstate lanes enhancing safety and reducing congestion points. The anticipated opening is another key milestone progressing toward the I-285 lane reductions later this fall.

Opening Monday, Sept. 19 at 5 a.m.

Traffic Shift: New I-285 eastbound lanes to Glenridge Drive, SR 400 northbound and SR 400 southbound.

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Transform 285/400: Traffic Impact Report

Weather permitting, Georgia Department of Transportation construction partners will close lanes on I-285 eastbound and westbound and SR 400 northbound and southbound for activities to include roadway, noise barrier, and bridge construction. Travel restrictions include possible delays, reduced speeds, and detours in some areas.

WHEN/WHERE: Traffic Impacts on I-285 and SR 400 from September 1 through September 5, 2022

Friday, September 2, 12 p.m. through Tuesday, September 6, 10 p.m.

 ***LABOR DAY LANE CLOSURE RESTRICTIONS –
NO LANE & RAMP CLOSURES ALONG I-285 or SR 400***
 
Overnight Closures:  

Thursday, September 1, 9 p.m. to 5 a.m.

General Lane Closures & Traffic Pacings:

  • One left lane on I-285 eastbound from Mount Vernon Highway to Roswell Road
  • Two left lanes on I-285 westbound from Roswell Road to Mount Vernon Highway
  • One left lane on I-285 eastbound from Perimeter Center Parkway to Ashford Dunwoody Road
  • Two left lanes on I-285 westbound at Ashford Dunwoody Road

Closures and Detours:

Abernathy Road to SR 400 southbound (Detour Map)

  • Motorists traveling on Abernathy Road to SR 400 southbound will use SR 400 northbound and Exit 6 Northridge Drive to access SR 400 southbound.

I-285 eastbound to Ashford Dunwoody Road (Detour Map)

  • Motorists traveling on I-285 eastbound to Ashford Dunwoody Road should use Exit 30 Chamblee Dunwoody Road and I-285 westbound to access Ashford Dunwoody Road (Exit 29).

SR 400 southbound to Hammond Drive (Detour Map)

  • Motorists traveling from SR 400 southbound to Hammond Drive should use Exit 5 Abernathy Road and Mercedes-Benz Drive (road changes to Barfield Road) to access Hammond Drive.

Ashford Dunwoody Road to I-285 eastbound (Detour Map)

  • Motorists traveling on Ashford Dunwoody Road to I-285 eastbound should use Perimeter Summit Parkway (road changes to Lake Hearn Drive) and Peachtree Dunwoody Road to access I-285 eastbound.

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