To help show the proposed future conditions, GDOT has created a series of videos. See a visualization of the future RCDC corridor and videos about how roundabouts and R-Cut intersections work.
What is the Rome-Cartersville Development Corridor, and why is it needed?
Learn more about the project in THIS video!
View Current Maps BELOW for the RCDC Design, or download them here!
In this video, learn more about the Environmental Process and how it contributes to RCDC's success.
At the Public Information Open House (PIOH) that occurred on August 24, 2017, a total of 374 people attended. Of the 124 respondents who formally commented, 52 were in support of the project, 28 were opposed, 10 were uncommitted, 19 expressed conditional support, and 13 did not indicate support or opposition.
Among respondents answering the separate question about alternatives,
98 preferred Alternative 2B while 24 preferred Alternative 3B. The comments, including additional statements by entities and local businesses, are part of the official public involvement record kept for the project.
Alternative 2B, and feedback at the PIOH for the preliminary design plans, provided the foundation for the alternative, or design plan, we present to you today.
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