Gwinnett Place Transportation Studies
The Gwinnett Place CID Board of Directors has identified traffic congestion and efficient traffic flow and management as priority issues. In order to clearly identify the best projects to mitigate traffic congestion and enhance the efficient flow of traffic in the district area, the Gwinnett Place CID, along with funding from the Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners, have completed various comprehensive transportation studies to determine viable traffic relief strategies that could be implemented.
Over the last several years, the CID completed various traffic studies for the Pleasant Hill Road, Steve Reynolds Boulevard, and Satellite Boulevard corridors in the Gwinnett Place area. Through the study process, staff performed traffic analysis and observation of these corridors during peak travel times and also worked with a stakeholder working group consisting of community and business leaders to discuss challenges and solutions along the corridors. The recommendations address, short-, mid-, and long-range needs and build upon the work performed for the Gwinnett Place Livable Centers Initiative project. In addition to addressing traffic congestion, the traffic studies recommend useful improvements to enhance walkability, cycling opportunities, and access to transit. The traffic studies have resulted in several short-term implementable projects. To view the most recent traffic study: