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Project DeRenne
Do you avoid I-516 and DeRenne Avenue?

Do you wish someone (the City?, GDOT?, FHWA?) would do something to solve the traffic problem?  And keep the community involved?

Well, the City of Savannah did just that. And, both GDOT as a partner, with oversight from FHWA is part of a project known as PROJECT DERENNE. Please visit our About section to learn more. 

On April 23, 2013, a Public Information Open House (PIOH) was held to allow the public to view the Engineered Concepts, Ask Questions and Comment.  Most of the material presented can be viewed by clicking on the PIOH tab.

Since the PIOH, based on input received in 2013, project engineers and staff tweaked the proposed road-way alignment.  In our Latest Updates you can stay informed on the status of the project.

To the left you will discover who on the Advisory Committee, assisted the City of Savannah and their project consultants, Kimley-Horn & Associates with developing Guiding Principles. These guiding principles are the foundation of this project. 

If this is your first time hearing about Project DeRenne and you would like to know more, our Newsletters may just be what you need. We also have a Project DeRenne Resource Center.
Please contact the Citizen Office at 351.6527 to learn more or schedule an appointment to visit the resource center.

Thank you for your interest.