Project 16: Prince Avenue Corridor Improvements

Prince Avenue Pilot Project Installation in September for 60-Day Study 

The Athens-Clarke County Unified Government (ACCGov) will install a pilot project beginning in mid-September to change the locally-controlled area of Prince Avenue from a four-lane vehicle road with two vehicle lanes in each direction to a three-lane vehicle road with one vehicle lane in each direction, a center turning lane, two separated bike lanes, and other safety features. The pilot project will run for approximately a half mile from just east of North Milledge Avenue to Pulaski Street. 

An interactive map and feedback form is now available that provides maps of the corridor; details and photos of the new features; before-and-after comparisons of sections of the roadway; project history; and other corridor information. Community feedback on the pilot project will be accepted through November 23. Read more about the pilot project.

TSPLOST Project 16 Details

Prince Avenue Corridor Improvements (TSPLOST 2018 Project 16) includes funding for specific improvements to the Prince Avenue Corridor that are to be approved by Mayor and Commission. 

Potential improvements include, but are not limited to:

  • Landscaped/concrete median(s)
  • Sidewalk & pedestrian area upgrades
  • Mid-block crosswalks
  • Separated bike lanes
  • Intersection, roadway & signal changes

Project Information

TSPLOST Project Statement 

Prince Avenue Corridor Improvements includes funding for specific improvements to the Prince Avenue Corridor that are to be approved by Mayor and Commission. Improvements eligible for the funding include, but are not limited to, landscaped/concrete median(s), additional sidewalks, multi-use trail, separated bike lanes, and intersection improvements at the intersections of N. Milledge Avenue, King Avenue, and Park Avenue/Talmadge Drive.

TSPLOST 2018 Overall Project 16 Budget:  
TSPLOST 2018 Overall Project 16 Budget
$4,000,000
Estimated Annual Operating Impact
$1,000