The Road Most Traveled

Carter, Carol
August 2004
Georgia Trend;Aug2004, Vol. 19 Issue 12, p33
Life in the prosperous Georgia 400 corridor is all about traffic management and smart growth, with a boost from good schools. Parent Connect, is a technological innovation of Forsyth County Schools, by which a parent can go online anytime. Forsyth County is but one of the communities along the Georgia 400 corridor experiencing explosive growth because of its proximity to the toll road. All of these community leaders have wish lists of improvements and changes they would like to see along Georgia 400, but for this they must ultimately rely on the Georgia General Assembly, the Georgia Department of Transportation and the Georgia Regional Transportation Authority (GRTA). INSETS: Forsyth County At-A-Glance;North Fulton At-A-Glance.


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