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Highway 54 Projects in 2018
Mayor Fleisch discusses MacDuff Parkway and Highway 54 West in her 2017 State of the City Address . . .



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Peachtree City residents will be seeing a lot of activity in the Highway 54 West corridor in 2018.  Peachtree City is working closely with the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) to ensure that the intersections and traffic control devices are performing as designed to maximize traffic flow on our highways, and we are committed to keeping the traffic flow for our businesses and residents a top priority in the coming years.  


1. 2017 SPLOST.  Peachtree City's improvements is nearly complete at the Planterra Way and MacDuff Parkway intersections. Work will increase turn lanes to help the side streets flow and eliminate the split-phase traffic signals that increase the wait time for cars on Highway 54.  A pedestrian/multi-use bridge near the western border of town is also included in the SPLOST to increase  golf cart access between the developments north and south of the highway. The design/build contract for this project has already been awarded.   View the full SPLOST Projects List

2. HWY 54 PAVING - 2018.  The GDOT has announced their intention to repave Highway 54 from the Coweta/Fayette County line through Fayetteville.  The project will begin at both ends - on Highway 54 W in Peachtree City and in Fayetteville at the same time, currently projected for the second week of April 2018.  Milling and paving will take place primarily at night to reduce the impact on traffic flow.

3. LONG-TERM GDOT PLANS.  The GDOT is looking beyond 2018 toward improvements to the Highway 54 traffic in Peachtree City.  They have announced that the conversion of the Hwy 54/74 intersection to a Continuous Flow Intersection is programmed for 2020.  This design can significantly increase the traffic volume that an intersection can handle.  View an example of a proposed Continuous Flow Intersection planned for Florida.  



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