Downtown Navigator Updates
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|Upcoming Full Street Closures|
Peters Street between Haynes St. and Spring St. Sidewalk closure extends to Fair St.
When: Monday, October 27
Fraser Street and Capitol Ave
When: Friday, October 3-31
Martin Luther King Jr. Drive between Northside Dr. and Centennial Olympic Park Dr.
What: New Atlanta Falcons stadium construction
When: Current as of April 2014
Spring Street Viaduct between Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. and Marietta St.
What: Spring Street Viaduct Replacement Phase 1
When: September 2 - Fall 2015
Full project completion date expected November 2016.
For more information, please visit www.dot.ga.gov/springstreetdetours
|Upcoming Lane Closures|
Walker Street / Centennial Olympic Park Drive between Nelson St. and Chapel St. (East curb parking lane)
When: Friday, October 24
Nelson Street between Walker St. and Mangum. (North side parking lane)
When: Friday, October 24
Centennial Olympic Park Dr between Merritts Ave. and North Ave.
What: Staging Area
When: Saturday, August 30 - Saturday, November 15
Forsyth Street (westbound lane) between Luckie St. and Poplar St.
What: GSU Maintenance
When: August 1 - November 1
Loosely arranged by date.
American Cancer Society "Making Strides Against Breast Cancer"
When: Saturday, October 25
Where: 5K walk to loop through Castleberry Hill, Downtown and the Fairlie Poplar area. Rolling closures may be expected.
Friday, October 24th Lane Closures:
Saturday, October 25th Road Closures:
Rolling Closures 9:00am to 11:00am
When: Sunday, October 26
Where: Georgia Dome
Children's Healthcare of Atlanta Strong Legs Run
When: Friday, October 31 - Saturday, November 1st, 2014
Friday, October 31st Lane Closures:
Saturday, November 1st Road Closures:
Georgia Tech Football Game
When: Saturday, November 1
Where: Bobby Dodd Stadium
Bands of America RegionalsWhen: Saturday, November 1
Where: GA Dome. Expected attendance ~30,000
Events are listed for their impact on transportation only. For a full list of Downtown Atlanta events and happenings, please click here.
|Highway Maintenance Updates|
Maintenance continues on I-20 near Downtown, bridge joint and header replacement will require two westbound I-20 lanes be closed between Whitehall Street and Joseph E. Lowery Boulevard, as well as two eastbound lanes between Interstate 285 and Lowery, continuously from 9 p.m., Friday, until 5 a.m., Monday.
Georgia DOT advises those traveling in the Metro area this weekend, especially on I-20 and I-285, to call 511 or consult511ga.org before departing to learn current work status and traffic conditions.
|Spring Street Viaduct Advisory|
Spring Street Viaduct has closed for reconstruction. Centennial Olympic Park Drive 2-way Conversion is now in effect.
This detour is expected to remain in place through Fall 2015.
In preparation for the detour, City staff completed the 2-way conversion of Centennial Olympic Park Drive (between Martin Luther King Jr. Drive and Walton Street) on August 26. The 2-way conversion of COP Drive is a necessary part of the viaduct's detour.
For more information on the detour and Spring Street Viaduct's reconstruction, please visit
|Atlanta Streetcar Update|
Atlanta Streetcar Enters Testing & Commissioning
Atlanta Streetcar testing and commissioning is underway. Periodic updates will be sent via the Downtown Navigator as testing information is finalized.
Motorists are advised that rolling closures will take place along the streetcar route and traffic may be delayed during testing operations; they are advised to take alternate routes while the testing is taking place.
Drivers are also reminded that vehicles along the streetcar route need to be parked fully within the white lines of the parking spaces, and that double-parking is not allowed. Illegally parked vehicles along the route will be ticketed and/or towed.
For more information, visit www.TheAtlantaStreetcar.com or call 404-588-9800.
|About the Downtown Navigator|
|The Downtown Navigator reports street and lane closures based on observed activity and permits that have been approved by the City of Atlanta. Although permits are approved please note that work may or may not be active in the corridor in the areas identified on the City's website above.|