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North Fulton city modifying timing of traffic signals

Over the next few weeks, crews with the city, GDOT and three engineering firms will be updating and modifying the timing of traffic signals along several roads.
Over the next few weeks, crews with the city, GDOT and three engineering firms will be updating and modifying the timing of traffic signals along several roads.

Credit: Bruce R. Bennett

Credit: Bruce R. Bennett

If you leave your house at the same time every day, there may be a stop light or two that you can always count on catching when it’s green.

But if you live in Alpharetta, the timing of those lights you count on could be changing.

Over the next few weeks, crews with the city, GDOT and three engineering firms will be updating and modifying the timing of traffic signals along several roads. The project, the city says, is designed to adjust signals based on recent and significant changes in traffic patterns.

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Work on the signals will begin on Wednesday and will take three to four weeks to complete.

Lights on these roads will be impacted:

• Haynes Bridge Road
• Main Street
• Kimball Bridge Road
• Westside Parkway
• North Point Parkway
• Webb Bridge Road
• Old Milton Parkway
• Windward Parkway

The project is also part of a larger effort to better coordinate signals with neighboring cities and counties for better traffic flow.


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