BREAKING: Early-morning house fire one of two tamed by Dawson County crews in the past 24 hours
One Dawson County man is safe due to the quick-thinking actions of a neighbor who noticed an early-morning fire at a nearby home Thursday.
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Officials: Ga. 400 Express Lanes will give citizens “choice of mobility”
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Local residents look at plans for new express lanes on Ga. 400at an open house with officials from the Georgia Department of Education on March 5 at the Forsyth Conference Center. - Photo by Ben Hendren, DCN Regional Staff
A roadway project aimed at re-imagining Georgia's highway system hit the ground running in Forsyth County last week with a public information open house hosted at the Forsyth County Conference Center. The Georgia Department of Transportation hosted its third open house March 5 concerning the Ga. 400 Express Lanes, which were announced by GDOT in June 2018. At the event, Forsyth County residents got their first look at plans and maps of the $184 million project, which will add two express lanes on each side of Ga. 400 from the North Springs Marta Station in Sandy Springs to McGinnis Ferry Road and one express lane in each direction from McGinnis Ferry to McFarland Parkway.