City of Remerton Sidewalk Enhancements

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City of Remerton Sidewalk Enhancements

This Transportation Enhancement project is funded through Georgia Department of Transportation and includes construction of a sidewalk, ranging from six to eight feet wide along the east side of West Gordon Street. The existing roadway is comprised of two 12’ wide lanes with roadside swales. The northbound lane will be reduced to 11’ wide and a curb and gutter will be constructed. New curb drains and piping will be installed and driveways will be reconstructed. The new sidewalk will be enhanced through landscaping and decorative lighting.

Construction of this section of sidewalk will enable pedestrians to circle the entire city limits on a protected pedestrian pathway. It will also serve to connect to the Azalea City Trail, a paved multipurpose trail that links to Valdosta State University and three city parks. Construction completed in 2009.

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City of Remerton Sidewalk Enhancements


Remerton, GA

Client:

City of Remerton

Location:

Remerton, GA

Size:

0.57 Miles

Service

Public & Civic Infrastructure

Highlights:

Construction Documents
Landscape Design
Public Involvement
Sidewalk Design
Stormwater Analysis and Solutions Design
Streetscape Design
Surveying
Transportation Enhancement (TE)
Utility Coordination

Contact Staff:

James P. Sullivan, P.E.

City of Remerton Sidewalk Enhancements

This Transportation Enhancement project is funded through Georgia Department of Transportation and includes construction of a sidewalk, ranging from six to eight feet wide along the east side of West Gordon Street. The existing roadway is comprised of two 12’ wide lanes with roadside swales. The northbound lane will be reduced to 11’ wide and a curb and gutter will be constructed. New curb drains and piping will be installed and driveways will be reconstructed. The new sidewalk will be enhanced through landscaping and decorative lighting.

Construction of this section of sidewalk will enable pedestrians to circle the entire city limits on a protected pedestrian pathway. It will also serve to connect to the Azalea City Trail, a paved multipurpose trail that links to Valdosta State University and three city parks. Construction completed in 2009.