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Contractors are repairing an old bridge at the Amtrak station,
closing Peering Road to non-residents until at least June.
Popular commuter route
closed until June
BY DAN WHISENHUNT
Commuters passing through Buck-
head will have to find another way to
get from Northside Drive to Peachtree
Street as contractors work to repair an
old bridge at the Amtrak station along
Deering will be closed to non-res-
idential traffic until June, Georgia De
partment of Transportation spokesman
Mark McKinnon said. Work began Jan.
7, he said.
The detour route directs drivers to
ward Collier Road or 17th Street.
“It’s basically a replacement of that
bridge,” McKinnon said. “It used to be a
parking lot. We’ve closed it.”
McKinnon said the project budget
is $728,000. The estimated completion
date is June 30.
Ron Grunwald, a member of the
Loring Heights Neighborhood Associ
ation, said there haven’t been any ma
jor problems so far. Grunwald and other
members of surrounding neighborhoods
lobbied to make sure the city created de
tours that would have a minimal impact
“You know, we were promised some
additional signage by the city on the
Northside Drive side,” Grunwald said.
“However the DOT, they have two elec
tronic changing motion signs. They did
not put any on Northside which is prob
ably more critical. The city has asked
them to, but GDOT said we’ve only
budgeted for two so we’re not doing it.”
Because of the work around the Am
trak Station, GDOT has delayed begin
ning improvements to Northside Drive.
It originally had scheduled both projects
to begin around the same time.
District 8 Councilwoman Yolanda
Adrean said those improvements, $12.5
million worth of roadway and water line
improvements along 2.4 miles of road,
will not begin until the spring. Residents
worried that the projects could be in con
flict and create unanticipated problems.
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