The I-285/State Route 400 interchange improvement project, which is expected to reduce daily delays for all users of the interchange by 20,000 hours, is officially underway.
Gov. Nathan Deal, Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) Commissioner Russell McMurry and State Transportation Board member Mark Burkhalter, kicked off the project Thursday morning during a groundbreaking ceremony and luncheon.
This project, which follows the design-build-finance construction method and serves as a model for public-private partnerships, is expected to take about 42 months and should be open in mid-2020.
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