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CITY, COUNTY AND STATE LEADERS INVITE PUBLIC INPUT ON PLANS TO IMPROVE STATE ROUTE 316

(Lawrenceville, Ga., Aug. 24, 2017) – On Monday, Aug. 28, state Sen. P.K. Martin will host an informal meeting on the conceptual plans to create a combination of grade-separated interchanges and frontage roads along State Route 316 from State Route 20 to Drowning Creek Road.

“We appreciate the importance placed on this roadway by multiple levels of government, and it will take a coordinated effort to replace all the remaining at-grade intersections on State Route 316 in Gwinnett County,” said Martin.

“Voter approval of SPLOST allows us to leverage our local dollars with matching state funds through a close working relationship with the Georgia DOT. We are now moving ahead with projects that will improve safety and reduce traffic congestion on this important roadway,” said Charlotte J. Nash, Chairman of the Gwinnett Board of Commissioners.

Other state and local leaders, including state Sen. Renee Unterman and state Rep. Chuck Efstration, will join Nash and Martin at the meeting scheduled for 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Dacula Park Activity Building.

The meeting will be informal, allowing citizens to drop in and ask questions. The Dacula Park Activity Building is located at 2735 Auburn Ave., Dacula, Ga. 30019. Staff and consultants for both the Georgia DOT and Gwinnett County will be on hand to share information.


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