Public Open House Meetings Scheduled for South Fulton CTP

ARC’s CTP program provides funding for counties and their municipalities to develop joint long-range transportation plans. These plans help articulate local priorities for transportation investments and serve as the basis for building the region’s long-range Regional Transportation Plan.

In January 2013, Fulton County, in conjunction  with the cities in the southern portion of the county, held three meetings to present findings on the Existing Conditions and the Needs Assessment documentation of the South Fulton Comprehensive Transportation Plan (SFCTP). The consulting team, with input received during the public meetings and the completion of the technical analysis, drafted a set of project recommendations for the next 20 years.

During the month  of September, Fulton County will  hold three  final public open houses to give you the opportunity  to comment on the major  transportation investments  identified  in the Plan. Recommended improvements include pedestrian facilities, bicycle facilities, public transit, roadway capacity and operational improvements, bridges, intelligent transportation systems, maintenance projects, and freight improvements. County data as well as maps depicting  proposed investments will be displayed and available for your review. Information gathered from the open houses will  be used to  enhance the project list and finalize the  document.

All meetings will take place from 6:30 to 8:30 PM and be held at the following locations:

Thursday, September 19th

Burdett Gymnasium- Multipurpose  Room

2945 Burdett Road, College Park, GA 30349

Wednesday, September 25th

Landmark Christian School

50 SE Broad Street, Fairburn, GA 30213

Thursday, September 26th

Southwest Arts Center

915 New Hope Road,  Atlanta, GA 30331

For more information, please visit the South Fulton CTP website at

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