South Fulton Report Details $30 Million in Infrastructure Improvements
(CITY OF SOUTH FULTON, GA – August 29, 2020) – With a focus on continuous quality-of-
life and infrastructure improvements, City of South Fulton leaders have invested more than
$30 million in transportation-related projects since the city incorporated three years ago,
according to a newly issued report.
The completed projects include multiple bridge repairs, repaving projects, traffic signal
modernization, traffic flow improvements and an array of targeted beautification efforts.
“South Fulton’s mayor and city council remain keenly focused on the continuous quality
improvement of transportation services as a tool to improve mobility, combat illegal dumping
and dramatically improve the city’s infrastructure,” said City Manager Odie Donald II. “To that
end, the city improved upon transportation outcomes in every statistical area, while reducing
the cost of the service from approximately $9 million under Fulton County to approximately
$6.5 million under the city.”