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REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION REFERENDUM (TIA OF 2010). March 20, 2012 Direct Impact to Cherokee County. Cherokee County Projects on Final Investment List. SR 140 widening, 2 to 4 lanes, 575 to Fulton County line$190 million (11 miles)(includes bridge over Little River)

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Regional transportation referendum tia of 2010

REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION REFERENDUM (TIA OF 2010)

March 20, 2012

Direct Impact to Cherokee County


Cherokee county projects on final investment list

Cherokee County Projects on Final Investment List

SR 140 widening, 2 to 4 lanes, 575 to Fulton County line$190 million

(11 miles)(includes bridge over Little River)

(Actually 3 separate project segments)

Bells Ferry Road Bridge over Little River$ 7 million

Total:$197 million


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Bells Ferry Road Bridge

SR 140


Cherokee county return on investment

Cherokee County – Return on Investment

Estimated Revenue:

(Generated in Cherokee County )

Direct Investments:

Projects Entirely in County

15% Local Distribution

$279.7 million

$197 million

$71.5 million

$268.5 million

Direct R.O.I . = 96%


Cherokee county 15 local allocation annual

Cherokee County – 15% Local Allocation (Annual)

Unincorporated

Ball Ground

Canton

Holly Springs

Mountain Park

Nelson

Waleska

Woodstock

Total:

$5,821,769

$62,035

$404,999

$209,331

$106

$3,025

$12,493

$326,696

$6,840,454


Where would cherokee county use its funds

Where Would Cherokee County Use its Funds?

Bridge Replacements and Upgrades

Intersection Improvements

Roadway - Reconstruction Projects

Roadway - New Construction Projects

Sidewalk Projects

CATS Operating Costs (FY 2013-2023)

Resurfacing

Contingency

Total:

$9,340,900

$8,975,500

$14,690,000

$4,432,000

$2,153,100

$2,000,000

$6,626,190

$10,000,00

$58,217,690


Potential projects bridges replacements

Potential Projects – Bridges Replacements

  • Transart Parkway Bridge Replacement

  • Epperson Road Bridge Replacements (2)

  • Waters Road Bridge Replacement

  • Vaughn Road Bridge Replacement

  • Tripp Road Bridge Replacement

  • Woodstock Road Culvert Replacement


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Waters Road Bridge

Transart Parkway Bridge


Potential projects intersection improvements

Potential Projects – Intersection Improvements

  • Trickum Road at Wagon Trail/Trickum Hills Drive

  • Union Hill Road at Lower Union Hill Road

  • Union Hill Road at AJ Land Road

  • East Cherokee Drive at Tripp Road

  • Woodstock Road at Victory Drive

  • SR 92 at Woodstock Road

  • SR 92 at Robin Road

  • SR 20 at Arbor Hill Road

  • Holbrook Campground Road at Midway Road

  • Hickory Road at Sequoyah HS/Dean Rusk MS


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Woodstock Road at Victory Drive

Trickum Road at

Wagon Trail/Trickum Hills Drive


Potential projects roadway reconstruction

Potential Projects – Roadway Reconstruction

  • Hames Road and Jett Road

  • Steels Bridge Road

  • Bells Ferry Road, south of Steels Bridge Road

  • Neese Road – SR 92 to Arnold Mill Road

  • Little Road – Vaughn Road to Hickory Road

  • Keeter Road – Prominence Parkway to Holly Street


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Little Road

Neese Road


Potential projects sidewalk projects

Potential Projects – Sidewalk Projects

Potential Projects – Roadway New Construction

  • Arnold Mill Road – Cox Road Connector Road

  • (includes bridge over Little River)

  • Towne Lake Parkway (south side) – Towne Lake Hills South Drive to Bells Ferry Road

  • Hickory Road – Hickory Flat Library to Hickory Hills Drive

  • Canton Road – Stockwood Drive to Cobb County Line


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Towne Lake Parkway Sidewalk – south side

Canton Road Sidewalk


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Questions?

Contact: Geoffrey E. Morton, P.E.

Public Works Agency Director

678-493-6057

[email protected]


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