On June 22, 2016, the State Road and Tollway Authority Board (SRTA) approved a $1,600,000 grant to fund Cobb County Department of Transportation improvements in the Six Flags area. The project seeks to improve mobility on Riverside Parkway from the I-20 EB off-ramp to Six Flags Drive by realigning an intersection and improving sidewalks, traffic signals and signage. Employees and guests to Six Flags Over Georgia also will benefit from increased accessibility.
The grant to Cobb County for improvements in the Six Flags area is one of 17 transportation infrastructure project awards announced by the State of Georgia last week. The overall funding, provided by the SRTA-administered Georgia Transportation Infrastructure Bank, totals approximately $27 million.
For more information, visit the SRTA website at www.georgiatolls.com.