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Changes in Service for Gwinnett County Transit

Changes in Service for Gwinnett County Transit

Rte # 20 & 35 will not run service today, January 13th, 2011.

Rte # 40 is running with temporary detours; NO service on Atkinson Rd & Phillips Blvd.

Rte # 30 will start at 11am with a temporary detour; No service on US 29/Burns Rd Loop south of Indian Trail.

Rte# 10 is running with no detours from 7am-7pm

No Paratransit service for January 13, 2011.

 

 

Gwinnett County Government Holiday Closures

All Gwinnett County government offices, with the exception of those operations required for the comfort and safety of the citizens of the County, will be closed on the following dates: Nov. 25 – 26 for Thanksgiving, Dec. 23 – 24 for Christmas and Dec. 31 for New Year’s. A Magistrate Court judge will be available at the Gwinnett County Detention Center.

Thursday, Nov. 25 is a trash and recycling holiday. Pickups scheduled for that day will be rescheduled for Friday, Nov. 26 and Friday pickups will be rescheduled for Saturday, Nov. 27. Only Thursday and Friday pickups will be affected.

Haulers will follow the normal trash schedule the week of Christmas and New Year’s holidays.

Federal Funds Help Speed Up Road Widening

Gwinnett County has signed an agreement with the state that will provide $11 million of federal funds for right-of-way acquisition to widen State Route 20/Cumming Highway near Sugar Hill from Peachtree Industrial Boulevard to the Chattahoochee River.

This is the last of three projects to expand the only remaining two-lane sections of State Route 20 in Gwinnett. Once complete, the road will be four lanes all the way from Brand Road in south Gwinnett near the Walton County line north to the Forsyth County line at the river. The heavily traveled road carries 30,000 vehicles a day now and planners expect traffic to almost double in the next 20 years.

The County will spend $700,000 for services related to the acquisitions.

Moonlight & Music Concert, Sept. 24th

Celebrate the end of summer at Lawrenceville's final 2010 Kaiser Permanente Moonlight & Music Concert featuring the Jimmy Buffett Tribute Band, Sons of Sailors.

County Extends Study of Ronald Reagan Parkway

Gwinnett County Commissioners agreed Tuesday to extend a contract to study a proposed three-mile extension of Ronald Reagan Parkway that would connect it to Georigia's Interstate 85.

Skanska USA Civil Southeast, Inc. has requested additional time, at no extra cost, to continue discussions with the county, the Georgia Department of Transportation and the Federal Highway Administration about how and where potential access points to I-85 could be built.

Results from preliminary studies will soon be available.

Gwinnett DOT Director Brian Allen thinks, "This project is still in a pre-development phase to determine if it is necessary and feasible.