A proposal to upgrade the Spalding Drive/Pitts Road intersection will be presented at a Jan. 25 open house meeting at Sandy Springs City Hall.

The intersection, located near the Dunwoody border, would receive two left-turn lanes and an upgraded traffic signal in the proposal. The project is one of many intersection upgrades funded by a transportation special local option sales tax.

The meeting will run 5:30 to 7 p.m. in the City Council chambers at 7840 Roswell Road, Building 500. For more information, see sandyspringsga.gov.

John Ruch is an Atlanta-based journalist. Previously, he was Managing Editor of Reporter Newspapers.

2 replies on “Sandy Springs to hold meeting on Spalding/Pitts intersection upgrade”

  1. Intersection is fine. No need to spend $1 million for really nothing. The intersection is empty 98% of the time. Use the money for more recreation such as city indoor gym with pool and courts for volleyball and basketball. Like a ymca and put next to tennis center. in the meantime, fix all little round metal piping sticking out of pavement along spalding.

    1. Agree, use it all the time, problem is with Roberts/Spalding and the schools etc. We need parks and rec as T says. Use the money to widen Spalding ( that should raise some eyebrows Heh, heh) . Riverside could use a widening also ( Heh, Heh, Heh)

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