Last Updated: 9/2/20

Midtown One-Way to Two-Way Conversions:
3rd Street, 4th Street, and 13th Street

 

 

Conceptual design plan for 3rd Street between Spring Street and West Peachtree Street

Project Overview

This project converts the following segments of 3rd Street, 4th Street, 13th Street, and Peachtree Place from one-way to two-way vehicular operation:

  • 3rd Street: Spring St to West Peachtree Street and Peachtree St to Juniper St
  • 4th Street: Spring St to Myrtle St
  • 13th Street: Juniper St to Piedmont Ave

The project scope includes the removal of pavement markings appropriate for one-way operation and on-street parking, the installation of new thermoplastic pavement markings appropriate for two-way operation, pavement patching, installation of parking/regulatory signage, and the addition of new traffic control equipment.

Project Funding

$1.3M in Midtown Improvement District funds

Design/Engineering

Concept designs and required traffic studies were completed in 2016-2017. The Design and Engineering phase concluded in early 2019 and included development of preliminary and final design plans, cost estimating, development of construction documents, and City and stakeholder coordination.

Midtown Alliance held a public information open house in Spring 2018 to show concepts and detailed design documents. For detailed responses to submitted comments and questions, please see the table, here

Construction

The project was advertised for construction bids in May 2019. Construction of the project began on 13th Street in October 2019. Work on 4th St and 3rd St followed, and project construction was substantially complete in June 2020. If you have general comments or questions, please contact transportation@midtownatl.com.