As part of continued work on the Green Loop project, crews in Roswell will relocate a gas line over the next few months, causing delays for drivers on Hardscrabble Road.
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Traffic alert: Gas line relocation will cause delays on busy North Fulton road

Lanes on a road in Roswell could close at various times over the next two months, causing delays for drivers, the city said.

Crews will be relocating a gas line on Hardscrabble Road from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Work will happen throughout each week through May.

The city said it doesn’t expect to close the road completely, but some lanes will close.

The work is part of Roswell’s Hardscrabble Green Loop project, which is aiming to transform the road into a “complete street” that is functional and safe for drivers, pedestrians and cyclists. 

In January, Roswell Mayor Lori Henry and transportation director Steve Acenbrak said the project should be completed by the end of 2018. The project costs $5.8 million and ground broke on it in October 2017.

The project will add 1.2 miles of multi-use paths, 1.4 miles of sidewalk and 2.4 miles of new bike lanes to Roswell.

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