Fulton County Commission Chairman John H. Eaves, District 7, At Large and Commissioner Emma I. Darnell, District 6, spoke to a room filled with citizens who live in the Cascade Corridor.
Commissioner Darnell (above) opens the meeting with a declaration of the need
Tranportation consultant explains traffic congestion concerns related to the study
Residents crowded into the Southwest Library Community Room on Tuesday, July 28, 2015 to obtain information about potential solutions to alleviate traffic congestion and safety concerns at the I-285 Interchange and along Cascade Road from Utoy Springs Road to Shanter Trail.
Residents review one of three traffic pattern displays with potential solutions
Chairman Eaves mingles with residents to talk about solutions while others review the table displays
Consultants expect current traffic congestion to worsen as the number of vehicles using the corridor returns to pre-recession levels. Additionally, vehicle use of the corridor is expected to grow in the future.
A second meeting will be held on October 5, 2015 after a meeting with stakeholders. The location will be announced later.