Feedback Request: Gwinnett County Comprehensive Transportation Plan Update

Gwinnett’s Comprehensive Transportation Plan, known as Destination 2050, is in the process of receing community input. Residents, business owners, and community partners are invited to a community open house to learn about updates to the all-encompassing transportation plan and share their ideas for transportation across the county. The Comprehensive Transportation Plan is updated every five years. The latest update, Destination 2050, relies on input from the community to ensure that the county makes informed decisions about transportation. Destination 2050 will also serve as a guide for future investments in roadways, sidewalks, bicycling facilities, intersections, and more.

  • Saturday, November 5 from 10:00am to noon at the Courtland Williams Pavilion at Briscoe ParkSawyer Parkway in Snellville
  • Thursday, November 10 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm virtually
  • Tuesday, November 15 from 5:00pm to 7:00pm at the Norcross Library Branch, 5735 Buford Highway in Norcross

Gwinnett’s Comprehensive Transportation Plan outlines the community’s transportation needs will be met. Destination 2050, the current CTP process, will use:

  • Land use information
  • Transportation network details, including roads, transit routes, bicycle amenities, and pedestrian facilities
  • Transportation performance data, such as travel time, cost, and congestion
  • State-of-the-art modeling and simulation
  • Extensive public input

Share your transportation concerns and ideas in the interactive map activity

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