The Georgia Department of Transportation will begin construction on a $10 million Diverging Diamond Interchange (DDI) to serve Camp Creek Parkway at its intersection with I-285. The CIDs are consulted Kimley-Horn & Associates to design bridge and landscaping enhancements to create a distinctive gateway for the area. The project is in Final Design and is anticipated to begin construction summer/fall 2018.
Spring 2018 Progress Update
Attend project letting (GDOT Board Meeting) – April 20 (letting date)
Construction scheduled to begin Q3 2018
Summer 2018 Progress Update
Construction will begin in September for the new I-285/Camp Creek Parkway diverging-diamond interchange (DDI). The Camp Creek DDI will take up to 18 months to complete. Fortunately, everyone will have plenty of advanced notice to begin thinking about other routes. Here are a few suggestions:
Yellow routes: The portion of Camp Creek Parkway that will be subject to lane closures; it will still be open to traffic, but travelers should expect delays.
Green routes: Alternate routes around the interchange (north side – Redwine Road; south side – Washington Road to North Commerce).
Blue routes: The remainder of road network not affected by construction – Princeton Lakes Parkway and Centre Parkway are good options.
Project Overview Document (Summer 2018)
Alternative Routes During Construction (Summer 2018)
DDI ribbon-cutting event press release from GDOT (Summer 2018)
Fact Sheet – Diverging Diamond Interchange at I-285 and State Route 6/Camp Creek Parkway – Fulton County (March 26, 2018)
DDI Navigation Example