Update for drivers about Fayette County construction projects


• Installation of an all-way stop at Old Greenville and Goza Road —

The intersection of Old Greenville Road and Goza Road was converted to an all-way stop intersection on November 30, 2023.

The change was made to address the trend of increasing crash rates at the intersections over the past few years. Signs, rumble strips, and paint marking were installed to help alert drivers of the change.

This improvement was successfully completed in house by Fayette County’s Road Department. Staff will continue to monitor and track crash rates as well as the impact of the all-way stop on traffic flow.

• Activation of traffic signal at Tyrone Road and Flat Creek Trail — 

The existing all-way stop at Tyrone Road and Flat Creek Trail was converted to a traffic signal on December 8, 2023. No new turn or thru lanes were added. The intent of the project is to improve traffic flow on Tyrone Road, especially during the AM and PM peak hours.

Although additional turn lanes may be required in the future, Fayette Count elected to implement this relatively fast and low-cost improvement to address the growing traffic volumes through the intersection.

The project (17TAL) was funded through the 2017 Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (SPLOST). The signal and associated signs and striping were installed by Lumin8 Transportation Technologies, LLC., the Fayette County Road Department, and Coweta-Fayette EMC.

Signal timing and traffic flow is being monitored and adjustments will be made after a few weeks of operation.