Following are projects that have been completed or are under design as of November 30, 2015.
Boulevard of Opportunity LCI Study: This study, completed in conjunction with the City of Lilburn, Gwinnett County and the Atlanta Regional Commission has been a guiding document in the efforts of the Lilburn CID.
Main Street Realignment: The Lilburn CID, in conjunction with the City of Lilburn, Gwinnett County, SRTA, and Georgia DOT, provided funding, including securing an $800,000 grant, for the realignment of Main Street at US 29/Lawrenceville Highway. This project will lead to new opportunities, including mixed-use developments and a new city hall/library.
Access Management Study: The Lilburn CID, in conjunction with Gwinnett County, prepared this study which provides the Lilburn CID with project guidance to assist in improving access around the US 29/Lawrenceville Hwy corridor, including new access routes and interparcel access projects.
Lawrenceville Hwy Corridor Study – Urban Design Implementation: The Lilburn CID, in conjunction with the Atlanta Regional Commission, provided guidance on enhancing mobility and aesthetics within the corridor, including enhancements to intersections, trails, streetscape improvements, corridor visual consistency and branding.
US 29/Lawrenceville Hwy multi-use trail: The proposed trail, which would be a 4,000+ foot, 10′ hardscaped path along the southerly side of Hwy 29 between Killian Hill Road and Postal Way will provide enhanced mobility to pedestrians and bikers through the corridor.