Augusta Intersection Improvements, Augusta, GA

The Demand for Operational Efficiency for 3 Augusta Intersections

Augusta-Richmond County selected Hussey Gay Bell to provide professional engineering design services to enhance the operational efficiency for the following intersections: Wheeler Road/CR 601 at Robert C. Daniel, Jr. Parkway/CR 2157; Barton Chapel Road/CR 1502 at Gordon Highway/SR 10/US 78; and Wheeler Road/CR 601 from I-20 to Augusta West Parkway/CR 804.

Robert C. Daniel, Jr. Parkway is classified as an Urban Local Road and Wheeler Road is classified as an Urban Minor Arterial Street. Both are multi-lane corridors with 2 lanes in each direction separated by a concrete median, landscaped at designated areas, with curb, gutter, and longitudinal drainage systems. Barton Chapel Road is classified as an Urban Minor Arterial Street and provides connectivity from Deans Bridge Road/SR 4/US 1 to Wrightsboro Rd. It is a 2-lane roadway with rural shoulders and open ditches. Gordon Highway is classified as an Urban Principal Arterial Street and provides connectivity to Ft. Gordon via Gates 1, 2 and 3. It is a multi-lane highway with rural shoulders and open ditches. Wheeler Road is classified as an Urban Minor Arterial Street. It is a multi-lane corridor with 2 lanes in each direction separated by a concrete median with curb, gutter and longitudinal drainage systems surveying.

Augusta Intersection Improvements
Augusta, GA

Currently under design, the Augusta Intersection Improvements are expected to reach completion in 2020. The $5M estimated project includes concept design and surveying of existing utilities at major intersections with heavy traffic, requiring the location of utilities along state and local roads, as well as commercial businesses.

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