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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)

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)

(Actually 3 separate project segments)

Bells Ferry Road Bridge over Little River$ 7 million

Total:$197 million


Bells Ferry Road Bridge

SR 140


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)

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?

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

  • 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


Waters Road Bridge

Transart Parkway Bridge


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


Woodstock Road at Victory Drive

Trickum Road at

Wagon Trail/Trickum Hills Drive


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


Little Road

Neese Road


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


Towne Lake Parkway Sidewalk – south side

Canton Road Sidewalk


Questions?

Contact: Geoffrey E. Morton, P.E.

Public Works Agency Director

678-493-6057

[email protected]


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