A widened I-85? A Sugarloaf Parkway that doesn’t stop at Ga. 316 but stretches all the way to Peachtree Industrial Boulevard?
New greenways? More transit?
All of those possibilities could be presented by Gwinnett’s comprehensive transportation plan, which the county began working to update in late 2015. Another round of public meetings on the project, which will steer the county’s transportation investments through 2040, kicked off Monday night at Lilburn City Hall.
Residents got a glimpse of — and offered feedback on — what could lie in the future.
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