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Smyrna-Vinings Road Work Update: Jan. 18 - 24

Avoid gridlock and construction delays this weekend and next week.

Credit: Patch file photo
Credit: Patch file photo

The following information has been provided by the Office of Cobb County District 2 Commissioner Bob Ott:

Lower Roswell Road Construction

Contractor is not planning to work this weekend – Jan. 18 and 19.

Davidson Road to Willow Point Parkway – Monday, Jan. 20, throughFriday, Jan. 24 
This section of Lower Roswell Road is substantially complete. Contractor is working on punch list.

Willow Point Parkway to Timber Ridge Road – Monday, Jan. 20, through Friday, Jan. 24 
Expect periodic lane closures from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. between Willow Point Parkway and Timber Ridge Road with one lane remaining open. Contractor will continue concrete work and grading for the new roundabout. Utility companies continue to relocate services. EXPECT DELAYS

Old Sewell Road Sidewalks Construction

The contractor will work Saturday, Jan. 18, on wall construction with lane closures.

The contractor is not planning to work Sunday, Jan.19.

Holt Road to Old Canton Road – Monday, Jan. 20, through Friday, Jan. 24 
Expect periodic lane closures from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. with one lane remaining open while the contractor continues wall construction, storm drainage and water main installation. Utilities will be relocating services.

Concord Road Construction – City of Smyrna

The contractor is not planning to work this weekend – Jan. 18 and 19.    

South Cobb Drive to Atlanta Road – Monday, Jan. 20, through Friday, Jan. 24 
Expect intermittent lane closures from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. with one lane remaining open in each direction at all times.  The Evelyn Street intersection with Concord Road has been permanently closed.

Roswell Road (SR120) Construction - GDOT 
Providence Road to Robinson Road – This GDOT project will require periodic lane closures from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. with one lane remaining open in each direction at all times. EXPECT DELAYS

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