Snellville displaced left turn intersection at State Route 10 and State Route 124 will begin operating July 31

Press release from Georgia Department of Transportation

SNELLVILLE, Ga.,- On Wednesday, July 31, traffic will begin utilizing the displaced left turn lanes on State Route 10/ US 78 in order to turn left onto State Route 124 . Crews will work overnight Tuesday and have the intersection operational before Wednesday’s morning commute.

This is the second displaced left-turn intersection built in the state of Georgia; the first one is located in Dawson County at State Route 400 and State Route 53.

This project implements improvements to Henry Clower Boulevard, along with constructing displaced left turns from SR 10/ US 78 onto SR 124, and adds southbound right turn lanes from SR 124 on to SR 10/US 78. All of these improvements will increase safety and traffic flow.

Northbound drivers are reminded no right or left turns will be permitted onto SR 10/US 78 from State Route 124. Northbound traffic wanting to turn right on SR 10/US 78 toward Loganville or left toward Stone Mountain will now use Henry Clower Boulevard.

Southbound traffic on State Route 124 headed toward I-20 that wish to turn right towards I-20 will enter dedicated right turn lanes. Southbound through traffic and left turns will not be significantly different.

To watch a video simulation of the new traffic pattern, click or tap on the image below below.


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