A bill that would have allowed neighboring counties to propose a transportation sales tax to voters didn't survive the 2014 General Assembly.
A section of Ga. 347 has partially opened to South Hall County motorists.
The Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce's Annual Transportation Forum is set for 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday.
Work on a new bridge on Bryant Quarter Road near Gillsville could wrap up by the end of the month, weather permitting.
Construction crews have poured the first of 12 concrete caissons that will support the new Clarks Bridge on Ga. 284/Clarks Bridge Road at Lake Lanier.
Weather permitting and if testing goes well, a new traffic signal is set to start operating midmorning Thursday at Ga. 11/Limestone Parkway and the entrance to the New Holland Marketplace.
A committee exploring bike and pedestrian options in Hall County is set to meet 10 a.m. to noon today at the Hall County Government Center.
No snow is in the immediate forecast, but during the height of last week's storm, the Georgia Department of Transportation offered a few tips that are good to remember when the white stuff comes our way again.
A committee exploring bike and pedestrian options in Hall County is set to meet 10 a.m. to noon Wednesday at the Hall County Government Center.
The Georgia Transportation Alliance's director said last week he believes the solvency of the federal Highway Trust Fund "is a huge issue for Georgia."
The Georgia Department of Transportation is planning a resurfacing project that will involve much of east Gainesville, skirting the New Holland Marketplace, which is under development.
This new year should be a busy one for the Georgia Department of Transportation as it develops or continues work on several construction projects throughout North Georgia.
Gillsville is about to wrap up design work on a transportation-related project Mayor Larry Poole said he hopes will "significantly improve both the appearance and functionality of our downtown buildings."
Work on the Clarks Bridge replacement project probably won't start in earnest until after the new year.
Transportation wasn't the hottest issue on the menu, but it did get some airing at the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce's annual Eggs & Issues Breakfast on Thursday.
The Georgia Department of Transportation has set public meetings on planned roundabouts at two intersections in Lumpkin County.
A group of top Hall County elected leaders gets its chance to weigh in on a preliminary list of road projects in a long-range transportation plan.
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