Two Major Road Projects On I-285 Will Make Travel Times Longer For Atlanta Drivers
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Two Major Road Projects On I-285 Will Make Travel Times Longer For Atlanta Drivers

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Kelsey Marie
Kelsey Marie May 19, 2022

If you’re traveling via I-285 over the next few days, prepare to leave your house earlier, because travel times will increase. The delays are a result of two major road projects on parts of I-285 westbound in north Fulton County, Atlanta. 

I-285 westbound offramp to Roswell Road is closed by the Georgia Department of Transportation but will reopen at 5 a.m. on Monday morning. Travelers can still use the eastbound ramp. 

 Georgia Department of Transportation’s Kyle Collis says, “Peachtree-Dunwoody Road will shut down for the weekend. That’s all in anticipation in preparation for a brand new exit point.”

Collins goes on to say, “As a driver, you’re going to have to think ahead. I know we’re always asking you to do that and be alert and think ahead, but you’re actually going to have to exit once this is finalized.”

There will be a new Peachtree-Dunwoody Road exit location starting Sunday. 

“You still have to get to point A, point B. The side roads will be bad too, Roswell and Abernathy, but I guess we will have to deal with it,” says business owner Chris Deetanna to WSB-TV Atlanta 2’s Christian Jennings. 

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