SR 307 Corridor Study

The Chatham County-Savannah Metropolitan Planning Commission, on behalf of the CORE MPO, is undertaking the SR 307 Corridor Study to identify short-term and long-term improvements needed along the corridor to ensure the safety and functionality of SR 307/Dean Forest Road.

The study will evaluate the existing and future capacity, operation, and safety conditions of the corridor from its southern terminus at SR 25/US 17/Ogeechee Road northwards to its terminus at SR 25/Main Street near a major Georgia Ports Authority truck gate. This study will:

• Utilize data to evaluate the operation and safety of the corridor with strong consideration given to access management improvements that will improve the operation and safety;
• Consider freight, commuter, local traffic and pedestrian/bicyclist travelers, and;
• Account for current and future land use patterns and anticipated continued growth.

The goal of the study will be to identify and prioritize short and long-term improvements in a prioritized list of recommendations to facilitate the planning and programming of projects through the Metropolitan Transportation Process (MTP).

Meaningful engagement of the community is critical to ensure that residents, businesses, community leaders, and other stakeholders have an opportunity to actively participate in the process and support the final project recommendations. Sign up for project updates here.

SR307 Study Map