SR 9 at Chattahoochee River Bridge

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The pedestrian improvements to SR 9 at the Chattahoochee River are a key element of Roswell and Sandy Springs’ efforts to revitalize the SR 9 corridor and to promote and enhance recreational and multimodal use of bicycle and pedestrian facilities.  The goals of this project are to improve safety and operations, and increase multimodal connectivity.

This project is funded with a Federal earmark ($3 million) and local funds from both cities.  Because Federal money is involved, this project must follow the Federal environmental guidelines as well as coordinate with GDOT and FHWA.  Although Roswell is the official sponsor of the project, Sandy Springs has agreed to share the local match 50/50.

The Elected Officials from both cities have chosen a Prestressed Arch Beam type for the bridge, to be located on the eastern side of existing SR 9 bridge over the Chattahoochee River.

The project is currently in preliminary engineering and working through the environmental (NEPA) process.  Construction is scheduled for 2018-2019.

October 29, 2013 Public Meeting
Handout Package with Comment Card
Display of Preferred Alignment
Bridge Rendering
Display of Nearby Vicinity