Results and evaluations “City of Griffin TEA-21 Highway Corridor” Griffin, GA
Keller, Brant D.
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The City of Griffin’s Stormwater Utility engaged in the “City of Griffin TEA-21 Highway Corridor Non-Point Pollution Mitigation Study” in 2002, concluding in March 2004. The project was to assess the current status of the highway corridor in its respective watershed basin relative to water quality. The study evaluated the Best Management Practices (BMP’s) (Propritery) along Georgia Highway State Route 16. The study evaluated the engineering, construction, BMP costs and the maintenance costs in relationship to water quality management objectives, which would successfully, could be implemented to restore or maintain water quality in the receiving waters adjacent to the highway corridor. This research and presentation provides the practioner with empirical data and cost analyzes collected and produced for the decision makers responsible for the Best Management Practices used to eliminate stormwater runoff pollutants on a highway system.