A stretch of road that takes you to Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport may soon be getting a diverging diamond.
Natalie Martin, Chair of the Camp Creek Parkway Improvement Association, tells Channel 2 Action News their goal is to use about $10 million to create the Airport West Community Improvement District or C-I-D.
"It's overdue to fix the infrastructure to handle all the traffic," said Martin.
Besides building a diverging diamond at 285 and Camp Creek Parkway, there are plans to fix traffic flow, improve lighting, and clean up the area.
Funding of the project would need to come from commercial property owners and various state and federal agencies.
The project affects East Point, College Park, Atlanta, and Fulton County; and so far, only College Park leaders have put up $50,000 to support the plan.
So, what is the reaction from airport officials?
"Actually, they have a representative on our board," said Martin.
A vote on whether or not the plan should go forward will be in May.