Second (2nd) Avenue Streetscape Study

P.I. No. 0016424

Request for Public Input:

The study team has prepared a presentation of proposed improvement alternatives for consideration. The CCG requests input from users of the corridor to ensure the study planning process results in a plan addressing current and future needs along the corridor.  Your input is vital for the City to adopt a viable improvement plan to be implemented in phases as funding is available. Please review the study recommendations from October 8-22, 2020, and provide your input via the response survey (link below), e-mail, telephone, or to the address at the bottom of the screen.

Proposed Improvement Recommendations Presentation – October 2020

Complete Response Survey by October 22

Study Overview Presentation- June 2020


Study Overview Presentation- June 2020

(Download With Narrative)

Study Overview PowerPoint - June 2020

(No Narrative)

Public Survey Results July 2020




On November 27, 2018, the Council of Columbus, Georgia voted to enter into a contractual agreement with the Georgia Department of Transportation to conduct a Streetscape study on Second (2nd) Avenue.

The project limits along 2nd Avenue start from the north at the intersection of Manchester Expressway and 2nd Avenue south to the intersection of

19th Street  / Talbatton Road and 2nd Avenue. 

The purpose of this study is to create a diverse and inclusive public space that promotes green resilient infrastructure, intensity driven development, increased mobility/accessibility and viable transit networks that are connected to other prominent local and regional access points and nodes. The study will be focused on transportation, streetscape character and wayfinding signage. The end goal is to develop a shared Vision to enhance the mobility and aesthetics of the 2nd Avenue corridor. The study should focus and analyze (6) six main objectives:

1.    Conceptual wayfinding and gateway design.
2.    Considerations for sustainable/resilient/green Infrastructure within the project corridor.
3.    Enhancement of current and future pedestrian activity nodes.
4.    Multi-modal functionality / Complete Streets. Facilities to be evaluated include; wider sidewalks, two-way cycle track, one-way cycle tracks, shared-use paths, bike lanes, and bike sharrows. Further, existing transit stop locations will be evaluated to determine if additional improvements shall be made.
5.    Through on-site observations and utilizing GIS data, the study will evaluate existing user accessibility and intensity to existing destinations along 2nd Avenue. A corridor/connectivity heat map will be used to demonstrate the intensity of uses.
6.    Traffic analysis of current road, sidewalks, and paths and how they affect vehicular, bike, pedestrian and public transit.

Please feel free to contact us regarding this study.

Columbus-Phenix City Transportation Study MPO

Department of Planning
420 10th Street
Columbus, Georgia 31902
Ph: (706) 225 - 3938

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