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ATLANTA STREETCAR CONSTRUCTION UPDATES

Construction is progressing on the Atlanta Streetcar Project.  Intensive work continues in the Woodruff Park area specifically on Peachtree Street, Auburn and Park Place.  At Peachtree and Luckie the recommended alternative is Forsyth Street. Access to Broad Street via Peachtree remains closed, Broad Street access will be maintained from the south via Marietta Street, Walton Street and Poplar Street.

Effective Week of April 28, 2014

Effective Week of April 21, 2014


Current Detour Information:

Atlanta Streetcar Construction Update

Atlanta Streetcar track (guideway) construction is reaching its final stages.  Here are key updates & details about street & lane closures – & re-openings - for your use:

The Atlanta Streetcar construction work is nearing completion. However, active work remains in the Woodruff Park area specifically on Park Place. Though much of the Atlanta Streetcar track is now completed, stay alert for rolling, temporary lane closures as crews install the overhead power system and complete construction of the Atlanta Streetcar stops.

Pedestrian access will be maintained to all adjacent properties during construction, with some detours necessary

1

Park Place between Auburn Ave. & Edgewood Ave. remains closed.

2

Auburn Avenue is now fully open.

• Auburn Ave. from Peachtree St. to Equitable Place (at Woodruff Park) has opened to two way traffic. 

3

The intersection of Peachtree St. at John Wesley Dobbs Ave. is now open. 

4

Luckie St. between Peachtree St. & Centennial Olympic Park Dr. is open & fully converted to 2-way traffic.

5

Broad St. has re-opened to traffic from Peachtree St.

6 Edgewood Ave. between Park Place & Peachtree Center Ave. is now open to through traffic.
7 Auburn Ave. between Bell St. & Fort St. (beneath Interstate 75/85) is open to 2-way traffic.

Work is permitted 24 hours a day, Monday through Saturday.  Additional utility construction permits are also approved on Auburn Avenue and throughout the rest of the streetcar corridor, so additional construction activities can be expected in the near future. We will do our best to communicate construction updates as more work commences along the route.

For questions or concerns at 404-588-9800 or visit the Atlanta Streetcar website at www.theatlantastreetcar.com.  You can also contact Sandra Allen Walker, Community Relations Manager at sawalker@ues-llc.com. If you need immediate assistance, call the 24 hour Atlanta Streetcar Construction Emergency line at 404-216-7296.


The Atlanta Streetcar Project is a 2.7 mile system that runs in an East-West loop from the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic site to Centennial Olympic Park traveling on multiple streets with mixed traffic. Siemens Industry, Inc. was awarded a contract from the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) on behalf of the City of Atlanta and the Atlanta Downtown Improvement District to provide Atlanta with four new streetcars. These will be the first streetcars in Atlanta since 1949.

In March 2012, URS Energy & Construction was awarded the contract to design and build Atlanta's modern streetcar system. Prior to the Design Builder (DB) commencing work, Department of Watershed Management (DWM) facilities and all other impacted utilities that lie within the Streetcar alignment area are relocating their services in conflict with the track. To help advance the project, DWM relocated specified sanitary/storm segments in the East Loop. The remainder of DWM utility relocations have been included in the DB’s contract, with funding provided by DWM. More than 15 utility companies are actively relocating their facilities. Total Streetcar project construction is expected to continue for the duration of 2013.

Location and schedule for active utility relocation

Department of Watershed Management Utility Relocation Fact Sheet

Businesses on Auburn and Edgewood Avenues Prepare for Construction

Atlanta Streetcar Updates - Stay "in the loop" with the Atlanta Streetcar progress including public meetings, construction schedules and event notices.

URS Construction Sequence - May 2013