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Alternate route advised during Harrison High School construction
Harrison High School (4500 Due West Road, Kennesaw) is constructing a SPLOST IV project which will a...

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Four Cobb sidewalk projects to begin in fall 2018
Pedestrian safety improvements will be the focus of four new Cobb County Department of Transportatio...

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Sandy Plains Road traffic shift begins Sept. 24
Beginning Monday, Sept. 24, utility relocation work will reduce Sandy Plains Road to one lane for tr...

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Three-month Macedonia Road closure to begin Oct. 8
The Cobb County Department of Transportation (CCDOT) will close Macedonia Road from Barrett Parkway ...

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Alternate route advised during Harrison High School construction...
Four Cobb sidewalk projects to begin in fall...
Sandy Plains Road traffic shift begins Sept. 24...
Three-month Macedonia Road closure to begin Oct. 8...
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Alternate route advised during Harrison High School construction

Harrison High School (4500 Due West Road, Kennesaw) is constructing a SPLOST IV project which will add a new gym and performing arts center to its campus. Work began this May, and a temporary traffic pattern is in place to allow for arrivals to and departures from the school. A safety message from Harrison is available here. Construction is expected to continue until June 2019.

The most extensive school backups associated with the construction typically occur on school days between 7:15 and 8:20 a.m. To avoid this congestion and to help keep Harrison students safe, drivers in the area may take Old Mountain Road to Burnt Hickory Road to Acworth Due West Road. (Click "read more" for full-sized map.)

Four Cobb sidewalk projects to begin in fall 2018

Pedestrian safety improvements will be the focus of four new Cobb County Department of Transportation (CCDOT) construction projects set to begin this fall. The department plans to add sidewalks in eastern and southern parts of the county, including on Irwin, McPherson, Shallowford, and Meadows Roads.