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I-85 / I-385 Interchange Improvements

Project Information

Description

  • A design-build project to upgrade the I-85/I-385 interchange and complete implementation of 6 lanes on I-385 between Butler Road and Roper Mountain Road
  • Construction of the new lanes, ramps, and bridges while maintaining traffic
  • Widening of I-385 will continue through the Project limits
  • Improvements to Roper Mountain Road, Woodruff Road, Garlington Road, Miller Road, and Chrome Drive
  • Construction of ten new bridge structures which include two flyovers, rehabilitation of two existing bridge structures, and modifications to the substructure of one existing bridge

Purpose

  • To provide a financial boost to the local economy
  • To increase the capacity of this interchange so it may function more efficiently

Need

  • Substantial growth in the area has resulted in extreme congestion along I-385, especially at the I-85/I-385 interchange

Status

  • In construction phase
  • Final touches to project are being installed but the project is primarily complete, open and functional

 

Targets Impacted (Click here for further explanation)

 

Funding
Source
Funding
Amount
% Total
Non-Guideshare $327,200,000 100%
Total $327,200,000 100%

 

Phase Funding
Amount
% Total
Preliminary Engineering $13,200,000 4%
Construction $314,000,000 96%

 

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