After a year in the works, the CID board adopted its first Mobility Master Plan. With eight priority projects identified, the plan will guide our efforts to improve transportation conditions for businesses and community members alike. Stay tuned for more to come on specific projects.
After a year of planning, the CID has identified a series of capital projects that will help keep our community growing. From sidewalks to interchanges, these improvements will help businesses and residents alike. Stay tuned in the coming weeks on these exciting efforts.
One (baby) step closer to future transit! Last week the CID Board approved a local contribution that will help access state funds to identify transit station locations along the Top End of I-285. The effort brings 7 cities and 4 CIDs in this important, regional effort. City of Smyrna, GA Government City of Brookhaven, Georgia […]