The proposed Sardis Road Connector consists of the widening and reconstruction of several existing local roads and streets in addition to portions of the project requiring alignment on new location. The project is located in west central Hall County just west of Gainesville, Georgia. The project begins at the Sardis Road/Chestatee Road intersection and extends north to SR 60 in the vicinity of the intersection with Mount Vernon Road/SR-283. The alignment follows several existing local roads and will utilize portions of existing Fran Mar Drive, Brackett Road, Ledan Road, and Southers Road. Some of the roadway alignment will be on new location between these existing local roads. The total project length is approximately 3.55 miles and will provide a connector roadway between SR 53 to the south and SR 60 to the north. The proposed roadway will consist of a four-lane curb and gutter divided roadway, 2 lanes in each direction separated with a 20-foot wide, 6-inch high curb and gutter median. Multi-use path will be provided on both sides of the road. The horizontal and vertical alignments will meet the requirements for a 35 MPH and 45 MPH speed design. The intersections at Sardis Road and SR 60 are proposed to be signalized based on initial warrant studies. The intersection at SR-60 will require a modification of the existing signal. Source: GDOT
Right-of-way acquisition in 2019.
Construction in 2021.
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