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County wants your input on transportation


The County needs your input to help shape the future of transportation in Gwinnett. A series of six public meetings are taking place where you can weigh in on potential transportation projects through 2040.

The County is updating its Comprehensive Transportation Plan, which will serve as a blueprint for how transportation will develop in Gwinnett through 2040. The remaining meeting dates are: 

March 16  5:30pm to 7:30pm
Dacula Park Activity Building Community Room 
2735 Old Auburn Avenue, Dacula

March 18 • 10:00am to noon
Shorty Howell Park Activity Building 
2750 Pleasant Hill Road, Duluth

March 20 • 5:30pm to 7:30pm
George Pierce Park Community Recreation Center Community Room 
55 Buford Highway, Suwanee

In 2016, the County and its consultants solicited input through public meetings, stakeholder interviews, online surveys, and community meetings. With the community’s guidance, they have created goals and developed potential projects. Now, they want community feedback to see if they’re on the right track.

At the meetings, residents can pick up a “passport” to visit various stations to learn about possible transportation options in their area and countywide, and offer comments.

“Now is the time for people to let us know what transportation projects and options they want,” said Gwinnett Department of Transportation Director Alan Chapman. “We are going to invest in our transportation infrastructure to address congestion, and we’re going to use the Comprehensive Transportation Plan as a guide. The plan is still being formed so people can have the most influence by getting involved now.”

More information about the Comprehensive Transportation Plan, called Destination 2040, can be found at www.Destination2040Gwinnett.com. You can give the County your feedback remotely by taking an online survey at destination2040.metroquest.com. You can also keep up with the Destination2040 developments on Facebook.