A detailed description of the $834 million reversible lanes project on Interstate 75 released by the state this week shows a detailed map of four new exits to be installed in Cobb County.
The 30-mile project will create two new tolled, reversible lanes on the west side of I-75.
Groundbreaking of the managed lanes in Cobb is set for September, said Natalie Dale, spokeswoman for the Georgia Department of Transportation.
In north Cobb, one reversible lane will be added to a portion of I-575. One reversible lane will also be added to the portion of I-75 that runs north of where I-75 intersects with I-575.
The new exits can only be used to get onto the new reversible lanes, said John Hancock, the project manager.