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Ashford Dunwoody Diverging Diamond Dedication

Today was the dedication ceremony for the Ashford Dunwoody diverging diamond interchange. I’ve had a few posts about this before, surrounding the opening of the crossovers, and I’m happy to say its doing well. Lieutenant Governor Casey Cagle gave a … Continue reading

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Ashford Dunwoody Diverging Diamond: Pedestrians

One of the things that is striking about the Ashford Dunwoody diverging diamond is how you’ll be walking across the road, and from one end of the bridge to the other. We’re putting you in the middle. “What?” you ask, … Continue reading

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I’ve Been Blogging Too Much about Ashford Dunwoody

So, to alleviate that fact, I’m going to give you a grab bag! I read John Scalzi’s Red Shirts. I was anticipating this with the high expectations you might expect from a crazy-stalker-fan, mostly due to the five chapters that … Continue reading

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Ashford Dunwoody Diverging Diamond: Day 2

From my sources, Day 2 of the diverging diamond operations are going well. I’ve been on the phone with various people to discuss if there are ways we can change up the striping or signing of the interchange to make … Continue reading

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Ashford Dunwoody Divering Diamond: Day 1

As of noon o’clock on the first real day of operation, the Ashford Dunwoody Diverging Diamond Interchange is operating well. There are some hiccups, illustrated above. These were expected and are quite normal for this sort of change in traffic … Continue reading

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Ashford Dunwoody Closure Going Well

At least, it was going well when I left last night at midnight. It’s been 15 hours since then, and I haven’t been back yet, so who knows? Maybe the bridge fell down (I doubt it; I probably would have … Continue reading

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Ashford Dunwoody Diverging Diamond in the News

I got to be (very briefly) on TV on Monday. Check it out. There’s additional coverage on WSB, too.

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Moving On to New Pastures

Today is my last day at Moreland Altobelli. I started back in April of 2009 and it’s been an adventure and then some. I was the project manager of the first-in-Georgia, award-winning Ashford Dunwoody Diverging Diamond Interchange; I conducted a number of … Continue reading

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Nuclear History and Bureaucratic Chivvying

The wonderful What If blog by Randall Munroe put me back onto a blog that I’d found last year called Nuclear Secrecy. I’d originally been introduced to this blog through the web application NUKEMAP, whereby you can choose a location … Continue reading

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Georgia Diverging Diamond Number Two

Speaking of diverging diamonds, the second one in the state of Georgia was approved last night by the Gwinnett County Commission. Pleasant Hill Road over I-85 will be a DDI within a year. I didn’t design this one, but I … Continue reading

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