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McDONOUGH — The Georgia Department of Transportation is requesting feedback from the public on two proposed roundabout projects on Ga. Highway 20 in McDonough.

Information on both projects has been posted at https://sr-20-roundabouts-0015916-gdot.hub.arcgis.com/. The purpose of this public information “open house” portal is to provide the public with an opportunity to view the proposed project details and to allow them to ask questions and give comments about the project.

The proposed intersection improvement project would construct single-lane roundabouts at the intersections of Ga. Highway 20/Conyers Road at McGarity Road and Ga. Highway 20/N. Zack Hinton Parkway at Lawrenceville Street in the city of McDonough. The total length of the project is 0.33 miles along Ga. Highway 20.

To request materials in accessible formats for people with disabilities should contact Harland Smith, District Planning and Programming liaison, at 706-646-7566.

Comments will be accepted about this project and the detour until Wednesday, April 21. Written comments (those not submitted through the online portal) must include the PI # (0015916) and may be sent to:

Mr. Eric Duff

State Environmental Administrator

Georgia Department of Transportation

600 West Peachtree Street, NW — 16th Floor

Atlanta, GA 30308

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