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Project to impact traffic flow at North Main and Country Club


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A major project to reconstruct and improve traffic signals at the intersection of North Main Street and Country Club Road is scheduled to begin Monday, Aug. 3.

According to a press release issued by the city of Roswell, the project will significantly impact traffic flow at that intersection for an estimated two months.

Country Club Road will be closed at the intersection on both sides of North Main Street throughout the project, which is expected to be completed around the end of September.

North Main Street will be limited to one traffic lane open in each direction — north and south — at the intersection. Detour signs and message boards will be in place.

The project will remove the existing traffic-signal structures, which were installed in 1985, and construct new ones that meet current construction standards, including pedestrian-crossing signals, new underground wiring and lighted street signs, according to the press release.

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