Roswell officials are urging residents to fill out an online bridge aesthetics survey to guide planning for three new bridges over Ga. 400.
The survey concerns “aesthetic enhancements” – the styling, materials and finishes, such as stamped brick surfaces, stylized metal fencing, decorative lighting and landscaping, according to a city Facebook posting.
“These types of enhancements do not come standard on a bridge,” the posting said. The bridge projects “are truly generational, as Georgia (Department of Transportation) is rebuilding the entire Ga. 400 corridor. Our city has a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to design bridges that reflect the character and desires of Roswell.”
The survey is due by 5 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 13. To take it: www.surveymonkey.com/r/RoswellBridges
New bridges are planned for Big Creek Parkway, the Holcomb Bridge Road interchange, and the Ga. 400 Express Lane Bridge connecting Grimes Bridge and Old Alabama roads. Information: https://bit.ly/2Cqil2J
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