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Johns Creek may build Georgia's first "Michigan Turn" intersection

Johns Creek is considering building the first “Michigan Turn” intersection at the junction of two of its busiest roads.

The design, also called a ThrU-turn intersection, is supposed to relieve congestion and improve safety at the intersection of Ga. 229 more words

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Johns Creek may build Georgia's first "Michigan Turn" intersection

Johns Creek is considering building the first “Michigan Turn” intersection at the junction of two of its busiest roads.

The design, also called a ThrU-turn intersection, is supposed to relieve congestion and improve safety at the intersection of Ga. 229 more words

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Growth and Traffic in Fulton County

Transportation funding will be a crucial issue for Fulton County in 2016 as mentioned in this previous article. Transportation can often be a complex issue to discuss but in Fulton County it is further complicated because it involves a million people stretched over 90 miles including the high density urban areas of Atlanta, medium density suburban areas and extremely low density rural areas concentrated at either end of the county. 662 more words

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SEVEN SISTERS SCONES { I GOT SCONED & ENJOYED EVERY BITE OF IT! }

The other day I got a very special delivery from Seven Sisters Scones located in Johns Creek. This local bakery has taken the Atlanta area by storm with their modern take on scones. 377 more words

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Everybody Must Get Sconed

One of the benefits of being award-winning food bloggers is that every now and then, we get some really yummy treats in the mail. When we get the opportunity to sample some goodies from Seven Sisters Scones in Johns Creek, we put on a Rolling… 266 more words

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Johns Creek Founders Day Parade (12.05.15)

Dec 5, 2015
State Bridge Road (between Kimball Bridge & West Morton roads)
Johns Creek, GA

Since its inception (Dec. 2007), the parade has grown to more than 80 units and thousands of participants, including Shriner clowns, local high school clubs and bands, and colorful floats from area businesses, organizations and neighborhoods. 98 more words

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