The Brookhaven Public Works Department has started performing conditional analysis of the roads proposed to be paved in 2018.
The 2018 proposed budget includes 24 roads slated to be paved in the capital improvement plan for the City next year. These 24 projects add up 3.87 center-line miles of projected paving.
Pavement thickness, structural integrity, and base material composition, and other factors will be evaluated. This information will assist the city in defining the overall scope and costs associated with the 2018 paving program and the strategy associated with its execution.
Those who live along the roads should experience little to no impact on their daily routines with only pavement marking and non-intrusive techniques being implemented. The following list details all the roads that are to be evaluated.
Ashford Knolls from Ashford Trace to North End; Ashford Ridge from Ashford Trace to Southeast End; Ashford Trace from Harts Mill Road to East End; Attaway Walk from Pine Grove Avenue to Sounth End; Bates Court to Thompson Road; Brookhaven Lane from Mabry Road to East End; Bynum Road to Drew Valley Road; Childers Road from North Druid Hills Road to Shady Valley Dr.; Clairmont Road from Skyland Road to Canmont Drive; Club Trace from Osborne Road to West End; Crossway Drive from Redding Road to NW End; Eton Court from Hampton Hall Drive to NW End Hillstone Court from Hampton Hall Drive to NW End; Oak Forest Court from East End to West End; Mill Creek Court from Harts Mill Road to North End; Sidestreet from Harts Mill Road to North End; Sidestreet Circle from Sidestreet to NW End; Sidestreet Court from Sidestreet to SE End; Georgian Terrace from Skyland Drive to Georgian Drive W; Dunbarton Trace from Osborne Road to West End; Cambridge Court from Waddeston Way to SW End; Brooklawn Court from Brooklawn Road to NE End; South Bamby Lane from Dresden Drive to Skyland Drive; Downing Lane from Byrnwyck Place to Ives Court
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