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Congressman David Scott (GA-13) Requests $23 million for Five Transportation and Infrastructure Projects in his 13th Congressional District in metro Atlanta

Once authorized by the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure, this Member Designated Project funding will be included in the surface transportation reauthorization legislation anticipated this Congress. 

The following projects were requested and submitted by Congressman David Scott:

1.   Cobb County: East West Connector Corridor Improvement; $4.5 million

2.   Douglas County: I-20 at Chapel Hill Road Diverging Diamond; $5 million

3.   Clayton County: Clayton County Justice Center Transit Hub – Phase II; $5 million

4.   Fulton County: Global Gateway Connector, City of College Park; $3.5 million

5.   Henry County: Rock Quarry Road Widening; $5 million

Total: $23 million

Congressman David Scott said, “These investments in my district, in five counties across the metro Atlanta area, will help us fight gridlocked traffic and keep our Georgia families moving safely.”