Public Meeting on Roswell’s Historic Gateway Project

The City of Roswell will host a public information meeting on the Historic Gateway Project December 1 from 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m. at First Baptist Church of Roswell, 710 Mimosa Boulevard in the Brantley Seymour Activity Building. Roswell residents, business owners and other stakeholders are invited to attend.

The City has already held three public meetings along with a public comment period on this project. During this meeting, the Historic Gateway team will respond to the citizen comments and questions presented at the September meeting and provide more detailed information on the two concepts the public has expressed interest in pursuing, including the concepts of dual-lane roundabouts and one-way pairs to minimize the impacts of an additional lane to remove the reversible lane system.

Questions on how roundabouts would work on Atlanta Street and what land uses could dwell between one-way pairs will be addressed, as well as additional data, drawings, cost estimates and greater design detail and visual simulations to help clarify the property, environmental and visual impacts and future traffic operations for each of the concepts.

Citizens attending will take part in reviewing and discussing the revised concepts with Project Team staff, and elected officials, as well as a presentation on how the concepts have been revised to address specific concerns.

The primary goal of the Historic Gateway Project is to make multimodal transportation and safety improvements along the Atlanta Street corridor that include the removal of the reversible lane system. A secondary goal is to improve operations and safety at the intersection of Atlanta Street and Riverside Road/Azalea Drive. A third goal is to improve the economic vitality of the area.

For additional information about the Historic Gateway project, visit

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