A massive rebuild for the congested interchange at Ga. 400 and I-285 and other key projects across the state may finally have a solid funding plan in sight thanks to a law signed Thursday by Gov. Nathan Deal.
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A new law signed Thursday allows the state to focus more money on fewer locations to get big projects done faster. No final decisions have been made, but these interchange projects are some of the candidates, according to the state transportation planning director:
- Other I-285 interchanges including both at I-20
- I-16/I-75 in Macon
- Ga. 21/I-95 in Savannah