Citizens Asked To Help Improve Transportation In North Fulton

Released September 16, 2016 09:53 AM

NFCTP Public Meetings Flyer

NFCTP Area Review

Traffic congestion and transportation issues do not begin and end at the city limits, so in 2010 the six cities of North Fulton created a unified plan for how to improve transportation within and across their borders.  Given the economic and development changes that have since occurred, those cities are now working to update this North Fulton Comprehensive Transportation Plan and are asking for the public’s help.

Download North Fulton Comprehensive Transportation Plan 

Five meetings have been scheduled that are designed to inform the general public about the plan and to seek citizen input into how to improve transportation throughout North Fulton.  The format and information provided during the meetings will be identical, so citizens are encouraged to attend the session that is most convenient for them.  Each session will run from 6:00 PM until 8:00 PM.

  • Tuesday, September 27 – Roswell City Hall (38 Hill Street)
  • Wednesday, September 28 – Johns Creek City Hall (12000 Findley Road)
  • Thursday, September 29 – Sandy Springs City Hall (7840 Roswell Road, Building 500)
  • Wednesday, October 5 – Alpharetta City Hall (2 Park Plaza)
  • Thursday, October 11 – Milton City Hall (13000 Deerfield Parkway, Suite 107)


Citizens who do not wish to attend one of the meetings can still have a voice in determining the future of transportation in the area by participating online.  Visit to learn more about the update process and current plan or email your name and mailing address to to get the latest information on the planning process.  An online survey will also soon be available on the project website.