The city of South Fulton is hosting a ribbon-cutting ceremony for a new traffic signal, the first TSPLOST project for a list totaling $94 million.

City of South Fulton hosts ribbon cutting for new traffic signal

The city of South Fulton has invited the public to a ribbon-cutting ceremony for a new traffic signal.

The new signal has been installed at the intersections of Cascade Palmetto Highway and West Stubbs Road. Although some may view a traffic light as a small thing to celebrate, city officials want to demonstrate that they are continuing to make significant strides as a new municipality.

The installation of the traffic signal is the first of several Transportation Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax projects being implemented in phases by the city of South Fulton. The projects are being completed in phases totaling $94 million, according to a press release.

“I’m excited about our very first TSPLOST project being completed in District 2. This traffic improvement was much needed as we continue to grow as a community,” said District 2 Councilwoman Carmalitha Gumbs. “I look forward to more transformative TSPLOST projects being completed, as we continue to strive to improve the quality of life for all residents in the City of South Fulton.”

The event is set for 10 a.m. Friday, Feb. 8.

For a complete list of the approved TSPLOST projects:

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